A well-designed photo book with detailed about music therapy for special needs. Individuals with special needs are people like anyone else. I prefer to say "people with special needs" instead of "special needs people" as the former implies that they are people first. By interacting with people with special needs and learning of their differences, the learning goes both ways. Caregivers, educators, and therapists teach them what they know and can learn so much in return. People with special needs might think, adjust, learn, eat, move, cope, speak, and function differently than "neurotypical" individuals, but this gives us a whole new perspective on how we live our own lives. Service providers get a chance to learn how to do something seen as ordinary in a different way! Music speaks in a way people across languages, cultures, skill levels, and other borders can understand. Music Therapy can help someone communicate, improve physical and emotional states, and bring people together. These qualities are what make Music Therapy such a rewarding occupation. To music therapists working with special needs: enjoy working with your clients, let them teach you as you teach them, and have fun using music for their wellbeing.