Music Therapy empowering young children with autism and their families; Reporting back from the largest non-pharmacological randomised control trial in autism


The Trial of Improvisational Music Therapy's Effectiveness in Autism (TIME-A) is an international randomised control trial (RCT) investigating the effectiveness of music therapy for children with autism. With over 360 children... [ view full abstract ]


This research has gone through a vigorous ethical clearance procedure. [ view full abstract ]


Grace Watts (Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust), Alexandra Georgaki (Anglia Ruskin University), Amelia Oldfield (Anglia Ruskin University), claire grant (Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust/ Imperial College), Helen Odell-Miller (Anglia Ruskin University), Laura Bruecker (Cambridgeshire Music), Belinda Lydon (CENTRAL AND NORTH WEST LONDON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST), Pavlina Papadopoulou (Central and North West London NHS Trust), Stephen Sandford (East London NHS Foundation Trust)

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V14A » Oral Posters: History, culture, self-advocacy, empowerment I (09:40 - Sunday, 18th September, Moorfoot Room)

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