WVU in the News: Dream Catchers offers kids music therapy through theatre

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Dream Catchers is a music therapy program that brings together children from ages 5-18 who do, and don’t, have some form of disability.

Grace Lauzon, the creative Arts Therapy Coordinator at the Center for Excellence in Disabilities, is in charge of the program and said they provide accommodations for any type of developmental or physical disability.

Lauzon said that registration is still open and parents can sign their child up for the spring semester, which will last about 14 weeks and meet weekly.

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