This toy helps kids with autism communicate through music
April 12, 2017
Synchrony is a device like a drum that is helping autistic children engage with others through music.
It can be used as proper or natural music therapy. Music therapy has been proven to help autistic children broaden their social and emotional skills.
The instrument is smooth. It helps autistic kids bridge social gaps by letting them harmonize with playmates.
Synchrony responds to touch and always playing calming sounds. Loud notes can be disturbing for autistic children.
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