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The TRAP Methodology

The TRAP Methodology

The methodology is based in perceptual motor match, visual, tactile, and auditory combined with speech. We can see, feel and hear the lessons and simultaneously speak the answers.

The way we train is evolving as progress dictates the way we teach. Printed materials are becoming less and less useful in our digital world, thus our E-Version:

The Rhythmic Arts Project is an inclusive, innovative educational program serving the special needs community as well as typical preschools and lower grades. The curriculum is comprehensive offering a wide range of subjects addressing various ability levels. Our Members represent diverse ethnic backgrounds and range in age from 1 to more than 85 years old. Diagnoses range from mild to profound cognitive disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Alzheimer's, Autism, mobility/hearing/vision impairments and Traumatic Brain Injury.

The program is facilitated in no less than 10 countries. Sites include Special Education Schools, Organizations and Foundations who serve people with various disabilities as well as preschools where both "typical" and Intellectually Disabled children attend.

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PathPoint recently partnered with TRAP to offer the program to participants in our Community Access Programs. In little over a year, we have implemented the program at our sites in Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo, Thousand Oaks, and Simi Valley. We are on track to implement the program in Chatsworth, Lancaster, and Bakersfield by the end of the year. I have been fortunate enough to be part of the training process and have witnessed the phenomenal impact TRAP has on our participants. It is a fun engaging program but also challenges our participants intellectually. I have heard countless stories of individuals opening up and achieving far beyond what was previously expected. The program has been a great success and we look forward to continuing our partnership into the future!