On the final day of Cape Horn for Kids, we will be honoring Aubrey. For Aubrey, music is therapeutic. It helps her interact and become engaged with the world around her. She participates in a class called “Munchkin Music”—which is part of the Children’s Village Infant and Toddler Early Intervention Program. It is a unique approach to helping children with developmental disorders and it has been getting results. Aubrey is proof.
Every Thursday little ones and their parents from Children’s Village gather at the Yakima Valley YMCA for Munchkin Music. The class, taught by an Early Intervention Educator at Children’s Village is designed for toddlers, who spend time experiencing a variety of music, instruments, lyrics, and friends.
You can read more of Aubrey’s story by visiting the Cape Horn for Kids website at http://www.capehornforkids.org, and while you’re there, click on GIVE to make a contribution in support of Children’s Village so the very programs and services that help local children like Aubrey, and their families, can be sustained into the future so that they will be available to local children for generations to come.
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