Melinda T. Arndt is a Board Certified Music Therapist and graduate of Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. with a B.S. in Music Education. She has worked with special needs customers for over 25 years, including those with Autism, Rett Syndrome, cognitive disabilities, Alzheimers/ dementia, psychiatric diagnoses, terminal illness, comatose state, developmentally disabled, stroke/rehab. needs, and others.
Individual music therapy sessions are held weekly in a variety of settings. 3rd party billing is not available, but rates are very affordable.
Alongside her music therapy practice and Music Together classes, Mindy maintains a private teaching studio, directs her church's children's choirs and handbell choirs, accompanies church and school choirs and plays for weddings, funerals and special events.
|Address||153 Picwyck Drive|
|Phone Number||(704) 677-2007|
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Melinda T. Arndt is a Board Certified Music Therapist and graduate of Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. with a B.S. in Music Education. She has worked with special needs clients for over 30 years, including those with Autism, Rett Syndrome, cognitive disabilities, Alzheimers/dementia, psychiatric diagnoses, terminal illness, comatose state, developmentally disabled, stroke/rehab. Parent/Child classes are scheduled in Mooresville at Music With Mindy Learning Studio, 125 N. Main St. These classes are for typically developing children and their parent(s) and siblings.
Students are strongly encouraged to practice every day, even if it is only for a brief period. This will allow them to progress at an even pace and to enjoy the full benefit of private lessons. Assignments made are expected to be accomplished at home within one week. If your student has the same assignment for multiple weeks, he/she may need to increase their practice time. The date of the next lesson will be written on each page, including make-ups. Call if you anticipate a scheduling conflict.
There are as many types of music interventions available as there are identified challenges. A treatment plan is individualized for each client we see in the studio. We gather information through speaking with family members, caregivers, caseworkers and in our initial visits with the client.