March to Your Beat

Look into Our Recent Outreach Program!

March to Your Beat

Look into Our Recent Outreach Program!

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Mission

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March to Your Beat seeks to give support to those with special needs through science-based music therapy. We seek to tailor the therapies to each individual, to ensure the best possible experience for all.

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Mission

March to Your Beat seeks to give support to those with special needs through science-based music therapy. We seek to tailor the therapies to each individual, to ensure the best possible experience for all.




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Founder Alvin Wong

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Alvin Wong is the Founder of “March to Your Beat.” A percussionist himself, he seeks to share the joy of music with special needs youth. 

In the past, he has delivered talks at many events, such as Catalyst 2030 and InvestHK.

He has published various articles, some which have been featured at the United Nations conferences.

His services impacted various universities, schools, and special needs’ organizations.

 

01

Mission

March to Your Beat seeks to give support to those with special needs through science-based music therapy. We seek to tailor the therapies to each individual, to ensure the best possible experience for all.




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Founder Alvin Wong

Alvin Wong is the Founder of “March to Your Beat.” A percussionist himself, he seeks to share the joy of music with special needs youth. 

 

In the past, he has delivered talks at many events, such as Catalyst 2030 and InvestHK.

 

He has published various articles, some which have been featured at the United Nations conferences.

 

His services impacted various universities, schools, and special needs’ organizations.




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Background

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Background

Our world has addressed many important issues, but Autism Spectrum Disorder is often overlooked. Autism primarily affects communication skills, which in turn affects one’s learning and development. Apart from communication skills, common symptoms of autism include weaker motor skills, shorter attention spans, occasional temper tantrums, and sensitivity to lights and sounds. According to data from the United States Department of Education, autism is rising at a rate of 10-17 percent each year. This just shows the rising prominence and the increasing need for awareness of giving support to those diagnosed with autism.

March to Your Beat is striving to use music therapy to support those diagnosed with autism. We believe that those diagnosed with autism don’t have any learning impairments; they merely have a different learning style that traditional education doesn’t offer. Music therapy is a great alternative path to fostering them, and enhancing their communication skills. One benefit of music therapy is that it is a nonverbal way of communicating with others and forging friendships. It trains collaboration skills without forcing physical proximity or eye contact. Playing percussion instruments, in particular, can enhance a child’s memory, improve mood, and improve classroom performance. We believe that through music therapy, children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder can find an alternative learning path, enhancing their communication skills.

Our world has addressed many important issues, but Autism Spectrum Disorder is often overlooked. Autism primarily affects communication skills, which in turn affects one’s learning and development. Apart from communication skills, common symptoms of autism include weaker motor skills, shorter attention spans, occasional temper tantrums, and sensitivity to lights and sounds. According to data from the United States Department of Education, autism is rising at a rate of 10-17 percent each year. This just shows the rising prominence and the increasing need for awareness of giving support to those diagnosed with autism.

March to Your Beat is striving to use music therapy to support those diagnosed with autism. We believe that those diagnosed with autism don’t have any learning impairments; they merely have a different learning style that traditional education doesn’t offer. Music therapy is a great alternative path to fostering them, and enhancing their communication skills. One benefit of music therapy is that it is a nonverbal way of communicating with others and forging friendships. It trains collaboration skills without forcing physical proximity or eye contact. Playing percussion instruments, in particular, can enhance a child’s memory, improve mood, and improve classroom performance. We believe that through music therapy, children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder can find an alternative learning path, enhancing their communication skills.

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