Conduct a music therapy in-service for the facility staff and encourage referrals.
Send flyers to each unit advertising music therapy services.
Meet with each unit advertising music therapy services.
Send a memo to each unit explaining music therapy and requesting referrals.
Helping the student to find friends int he workplace.
Discussing anxiety issues with the student's future employer.
Continuing to provide the student with music therapy sessions.
Helping the student identify community music resources.
Ask the client to imitate various rhythmic patterns.
Ask the client to reproduce a rhythmic pattern after a 2-minute interval.
Instruct the client to maintain a rhythmic ostinato.
Have the client initiate various rhythmic patterns.
Give the clients hand drums and instruct them to keep a steady beat.
Assign specific instruments to clients based on their abilities and cue groups of instruments to play at specific times.
Provide a variety of instruments to clients with mild cognitive impairments and drums to those with severe cognitive impairments.
Have clients select preferred instruments and improvise rhythms on them while the therapist keeps a basic beat on a djembe.
State that her questions should be addressed by a chaplin
Explain that the illness must be God's will.
Explain that God would not deliberately afflict someone with cancer.
Discuss the client's feelings toward God.
Re-evaluate the strategies and expected outcomes of the on-task objective.
Refer the client to a social skills group.
Change the criteria of the on-task objective to challenge the client.
Identify new goals the client may be more successful at completing.
Assume the client has reached an appropriate skill level and change goals and objectives accordingly in the client's chart.
Play songs with which the clients are familiar.
Use a variety of simple rhythmic patterns at a modified tempo.
Alternate the tempi of the interventions between slow and fast.
Divide the group based on response level.
Leave the room to call for help.
Move harmful objects away from the client.
Put something between the client's teeth.
Cover the client with a blanket to provide privacy in case the client loses control of their bodily functions.
Restrain the client by holding his arms and legs.
Client's behavior is deteriorating, and he is no longer appropriate for music therapy.
Client demonstrates poor attention span. In addition to an increase in sexual comments, he is striking out at others and has damaged supplies.
Client continues to lack focus in music therapy session, uses the word "pimp" in a threatening nature, and laughs inappropraitely.
Due to possible sexual abuse at home, client's inappropraite Behavior has increased as demonstrated by hitting peers and using unsuitable language.
Client believes himself to be a "gangsta" and lashes out inappropriately at others.