Welcome to Key Changes Music Therapy
We are a Hampshire-based music therapy service, supporting children and adults with social, behavioural, personal, developmental, learning and emotional issues.
What is music therapy?
Music therapy is a life enhancing and enriching way to work through social and emotional issues.
We use the innate fascination for music-making as a means to assisting individuals with discovering new ways of communicating - opening doors towards experiencing a more fulfilled life
Music therapy provides emotional and social benefits, bringing joy to individuals and their families.
Who do we support?
We work with a broad range of people effected by a variety of physical and psychological needs.
Our therapy service supports young and old- from pre-school children with language delay and behavioural problems, to adults effected by autism, complex learning issues or anxiety, and older adults with dementia.
Music therapy is increasingly recognised as a valuable part of care for some of the most vulnerable people inour society.
Benefits of music therapy
Music therapy can truly enhance peoples' lives - both emotionally and physically - no matter what age or background.
Here are some of the benefits we see music therapy bring:
improved communication and social skills
increasing social participation and engagement
enhanced self-awareness and feelings of self-worth
a more positive attitude towards life
overcoming frustrations and fears
personal satisfaction and a sense of achievement
reduced tension and anxiety, leading to less challenging behaviour
an improved quality of life
Key Changes Music therapy endorsements
An endorsement of Key Changes Music Therapy in dementia care
"Music therapy focusses on what my son can do...
Rather than what he can't."
Parent of child with multiple disabilities
"We have seen first hand how music therapy can transcend communication barriers."
Medical Team / Independence Homes Ltd - Specialist Provision for Adults with Epilepsy
COVID 19 Statement
Due to COVID-19, access to our vulnerable clients was significantly reduced in March '20 and our in-person work was put on hold. Since September we have worked hard to mitigate virus spread, and our work in schools is resuming.
Here is our COVID-safe Statement for clients, carers and parents.
We are here to help
If you are a parent, teacher or carer who lives with or knows someone who you think may benefit from our music therapy service then please contact us direct by clicking on the relevant button below:
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Your donations contribute to some of the most vulnerable children and adults being able to unlock their potential with music therapy.
As a registered charity, your donations enabling us to have a positive impact.
Please donate here.