Music Therapy Provides Aid for Stroke Victims, People with Autism
Amy Rodgers Smith is the founder of On a Better Note, a music therapy clinic in Morgantown. As one of only 15 certified music therapists in West Virginia, her client list includes people across the autism spectrum and those recovering from strokes among many others. "The last five-to-ten years, we've learned a lot about how music affects the brain," said Rodgers-Smith, who has been certified in the industry for seven years. "And I think that's one of the main advantages because music affects the entire brain simultaneously."
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