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RHYTHMS 18 Group Drumming is a comprehensive evidence-based approach for therapeutic recreation activities in Recreational Activities and Recreational Therapy programs, enabling individuals with a varying range of skills and abilities to be actively engaged in a group dynamic and experience creativity, rhythm, enthusiasm, attentiveness, and being in the moment.

The Group Drumming Programs are for a  Wide Range  of  People  with  Special Needs in  Day Care, Rehabilitation & Nursing Centers, Assisted Living  and Residential Group Homes that serve and care for  *Seniors & Adults with Dementia *Adolescents & Adults  with ASD &  other Developmental  Challenges *At-Risk Youth   *Teens & Adults  in  Treatment & Recovery for Substance Abuse.


 


 

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