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Elaine Fauria Introduces “Teaching Music to Children on the Autistic Spectrum,” A New Guidebook for Music Educators, Caretakers, and Parents

Elaine Fauria provides the ultimate guide for unlocking the power of music in the lives of children with autism.

San Diego, California – WEBWIRE

Have a good read of Elaine Fauria’s book and increase the richness of a child’s life on the spectrum.

Music has the power to uplift, heal, and transform lives. Now, with the groundbreaking educational book “Teaching Music to Children on the Autistic Spectrum” by Elaine Fauria, music educators, caregivers, and parents have an essential resource to help them engage with children on the autistic spectrum through the universal language of music.

This comprehensive guidebook offers a musical progression from K-12, focusing on K-2 children on the spectrum, and demonstrates the value of music education for children with autism. Whether a person is a seasoned music teacher or just starting out, this book provides expert advice on where to begin with students on the spectrum and ways to engage them musically.

The book also includes a resource list and tips for approaching music education for children with autism, so readers don’t need to be licensed, credentialed music teachers to benefit from this powerful resource.

“If you know someone who has a child on the spectrum, you must give them a copy of this book,” said Fauria. “It’s an invaluable tool for anyone who is a caretaker, relative, or friend of a child, or the parents of a child on the spectrum.”

Author Elaine Fauria, who survived breast cancer in 2022, was driven to complete her book. She knew she had to take action and pursue her passion for music education now rather than wait until retirement.

Discover the transformative power of music education for children on the autistic spectrum with “Teaching Music to Children on the Autistic Spectrum” by Elaine Fauria. Get a copy on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Teaching Music to Children on the Autistic Spectrum
Author | Elaine Fauria
Genre | Educational
Publisher | Independently published
Published date | September 6, 2022

Elaine began her teaching career in elementary school and studied piano, cello, guitar, percussion, and saxophone. She returned to college as a double major in English and music, graduating with honors and being nominated class valedictorian. Elaine moved to New York City to pursue a career in theatre but took time off to care for her son, leading to a shift in her priorities.

Elaine has been an NYC Public School music teacher for twenty-five years, an intake supervisor for John Jay College Emergency Shelter during Hurricane Sandy, and a participant in Carnegie Hall’s Music Educators Workshop since 2014. Elaine Fauria hold two graduate degrees, an MA in English from UC Berkeley, an MS in Church Management from Villanova University. She has been licensed by NY State as a certified K-12 music educator since 1998.

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