"Fontbonne speech-language pathology student Andrea Darveau, right, and Jennifer Schnitzler, 16, of Shiloh, Ill., second from right, wait for Schnitzler's cue as they listen to Tahlia Lowe, second from left, deliver her lines during dress rehearsal for the play "The Pirates of Punxsutawney," the culmination of the Augmentative and Alternative Communication Theater Camp on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013, in St. Louis. Participants either can't or struggle to talk, so they use language programs on computers to talk for them. Their siblings and family may also participate in the play."
Taking Music Lessons As A Child Could Physically Change Your Brain Huffington Post In addition, another study presented at the Society for Neuroscience meeting and conducted by University of Montreal researchers suggested that long-term musical...
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