Are Miracles real?
The Rhythmic Arts Project educates individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities by embracing a curriculum that encompasses rhythm as a modality to address basic life and learning skills as well as reading, writing and arithmetic. There is always a need for innovative teaching in our society. The Rhythmic Arts Project accomplishes this by other than conventional means. Introducing this rhythmic concept gives the participants a fun way to approach basic life skills and scholastics that is as enjoyable to learn, as it is to teach; a win-win situation all around.
A word about Musicians and Charity ....
Shortly after my return from Canada to Los Angeles in 1985, I founded a new charity called
“Musicians for Unicef”
I’ve had the privilege of working closely with children and adults with Autism and others
with Intellectual and Developmental Differences. I’ve surrounded myself with brilliant
teachers, therapists, parents and doctors who have shared their expertise, guidance and
inspiration for more than 16 years.
TRAP makes learning fun