Body and Soul

An innovative music studio helps people with physical disabilities – employing creativity as therapy.

October 1, 2015 14:14
Grabski Center

Residents with debilitating physical diseases at the Grabski Center in Migdal Ha’emek participate in music therapy with state-of-the-art technology. (photo credit: GRABSKI CENTER)


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With soundproof foam squares covering the walls and ceiling, electronic keyboards connected to flatscreen computers, microphones on their stands, speakers hanging, and percussion instruments organized neatly on a row of shelves, the new music room in the basement of the Grabski Center in the Jezreel Valley town of Migdal Ha’emek looks like a standard modern music recording studio.

It is anything but typical.


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