Music Mania aims to engage families to in music-related activities promoting health and wellness

Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis and Ranken Jordan team up for music therapy program

Families of individuals with Down syndrome are invited to spend a morning with Ranken Jordan – A Pediatric Specialty Hospital to participate in Music Mania on January 5, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Music Mania, part of Ranken Jordan’s Community Program, is a free program for individuals age 4-16 that uses music to improve health through emotional development, cognitive stimulation, motor skills and social skills.

Families attending Music Mania will enjoy a morning of creativity, music-lead games, singing, dancing and listening to music with the assistance of Ranken Jordan’s board-certified music therapist. This program is designed to stimulate learning and engagement while promoting good health and well-being in the individuals participating.  This is the first collaboration between Ranken Jordan and the DSAGSL and is sure to be a fun-filled event for all participants.

Signing up for this free program is easy – click here to see the flyer and register online.

Ranken Jordan’s Community Program offers free recreational and educational programs for children of all abilities. The facility at Ranken Jordan is an ideal place to encourage healthy development of physical, cognitive, vocational and social skills in an inclusive environment.

The Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis is a non-profit organization that works to benefit the lives of people with Down syndrome and their families through individual and family support, education, public awareness, and advocacy. We envision a community where all people with Down syndrome can achieve their full potential.