The Royal Blind School’s Teacher of Music, Louisa Leslie (nee Madison) explains how music sessions enable children with complex needs and visual impairment to interact through sounds.

The child-centred music lessons are used to build children’s confidence in their communication abilities. Sight Scotland runs the Royal Blind School in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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