Music Therapy App For Special Needs

SINGFIT: Music Therapy App For Special Needs

Recent news coverage of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ amazing story of injury and recovery has heartened a nation at a time when everyone is mindful of giving thanks.

Music Therapy has played a huge role in the breakthrough treatments Giffords has received, a regimen that continues to gain attention throughout her miraculous recovery.

The idea of Music Therapy is simple, yet is backed by some heavy scientific research: Music, when sung by someone who has undergone significant brain trauma or has developmental issues (including Autism or Alzheimer’s), engages the brain in unique ways, increases the patient’s ability to focus, enhances the immune system, elevates mood and reduces stress.

Now, a simple mobile device software application makes this kind of therapy even easier to access: SINGFIT, on iTunes, has been created to help most anyone realize a successful singing experience. Developed by a board certified music therapist, this revolutionary new application digitizes music therapy protocol by using a “lyric coach” system that allows users to create a joyful and life enhancing singing experience.

The SINGFIT app and a collection of public domain songs will be free to download from the Apple App store for use with iPhone, iPad and iTouch hardware.

A monthly subscription of $12.99 allows all-you-can-sing access to SingFit’s growing catalog of songs featuring a wide range of beloved compositions from multiple musical genres and eras.  From Frank Sinatra and Al Green to Bob Marley, Selena, Bonnie Raitt, The Kings of Leon and everybody in between, SingFit delivers an exciting and engaging experience for music lovers of all stripes.

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