Gather Round: Music Time is Family Time Hopefully you’ve already had a chance to hear some of the songs on our new CD! If not, buy your copy now! This CD has been such fun to record, produce and share with you, our families. We are confident that you will enjoy listening to this music … Read more
Almost all children respond to music. Music is an open-sesame, and if you can use it carefully and appropriately, you can reach into that child’s potential for development.
The Ablevision crew spent some time with Meredith Pizzi, a licensed music therapist, to learn more about how music affects people of all ages. They attended classes at the Melrose Public Library and Charlestown High School and even got to try out the instruments themselves! Read more
Music for young children, like music in general, is a unique experience that is unlike anything else. For young children with no language there is still music. For the young child with limited movement, there is still music…”
-Elizabeth Schwartz, LCAT, MT-BC
Music was the third person in the room. When the contractions were the strongest, the music drew me in. When I felt respite, the music and toning gave me strength. When it came time to push, the music was the driving force. And when we held our child for the first time, we played his special song to welcome him. I don’t think I could have acheived the natural childbirth I desired without the music.” – New Mother Read more
Roman Music Therapy Services423 Main St.
Melrose, MA 02176