The Power of Musical Play
Musical Play Therapist, Julie Wylie, is well-known for her work using musical play to support early intervention for infants and young children with challenges to their development. Julie recognises that each child has an inherent musicality, regardless of disability and believes that music is a powerful non-verbal form of communication which helps children to feel included and safe.
A video exploring how music and play can support early intervention
As part of Julie’s work at The Champion Centre, Julie and former Director, Dr Susan Foster-Cohen have produced a video, The Power of Musical Play.
PREVIEW The Power of Musical Play
Dr. Susan Foster-Cohen introduces the video and explains a little about the Power of Musical Play.
Special rate $15.00 (for a one time viewing)
Please state 'Musical Play' with your name and email in the particulars.
We will send you a code to upload the video via WeTransfer.com. Please note this will only be available to view once.
To own a copy of the video on a data stick, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and postal address.
Special rate $35.00 (plus $15 post and packaging) = $50.00
Our bank details are Christchurch Early Intervention Trust, ASB, 12-3240-0034924-01
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Earlybird, the story of the early bird who learnt to fly
Earlybird, the children's story book, has been created by The Champion Foundation and published by Kotuku Press, and will be gifted to families with premature babies born from early 2019. The engaging picture book written by Julie Burgess-Manning, illustrated by Jenny Cooper, and created from Patricia Champion’s themes and storyline, tells the moving story of Peri Pukeko, a baby bird who hatched early, as he gets ready to go home and learns to fly.
TO READ MORE AND PURCHASE EARLYBIRD, THE BOOK OR LIMITED EDITION PRINTS: