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Voices Together

“…the Voices Together program resulted in significant increases in communication skills among children with developmental disabilities.”

Dr. Geraldine Dawson

Director, Duke University Center for Autism and Brain Development

Research studies affirm that Voices Together’s proprietary VOICSS® therapeutic intervention works for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

A Preliminary Investigation of a Specialized Music Therapy Model for Children with Disabilities Delivered in a Classroom Setting

Autism Research and Treatment | November 23, 2016

Researchers from Duke University’s Bass Connections and the Social Science Research Institute’s Education and Human Development Incubator found that students with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities progressed from one-word to phrase speech after 15 weeks of VOICSS®  intervention, significantly improving both communication and social skills.

Voices Together: Music Therapy and Autism in Elementary Schools Duke University Bass Connection | 2015-2016


An interdisciplinary faculty-student project team at Duke University’s Bass Connections research program evaluated the effectiveness of Voices Together music therapy sessions in exceptional children classrooms on increasing students’ verbal responsiveness. They found students significantly increased their verbal responses, moving from one-word to partial sentence responses.