Beamz Professional Edition Therapy Bundle is an innovative tool using music to engage clients and patients to accomplish a wide range of therapeutic outcomes.
User Profile: Educators, therapists and/or professionals leading activities; for use in schools, camps/daycare programs, health care and senior care
Interactive Songs: 50+ interactive songs; wide variation of genres and instruments throughout songs; ideal for professionals working with people of all ages and interests
Supported Operating Systems: iOS (iPad 3 or later, iPhone 4S or later, iPad Mini), MAC (OS 10.8 or later), PC (Win XP*/7/8)
*XP support only provided to Beamz Professional Edition users
Beamz Player & Beamz PC Studio Software: Included; Beamz Studio is an interactive music creation and editing software
Structured Activities: Includes downloadable Beamz Professional Sample Activities for using Beamz with students, patients and clients for learning, skill development and FUN. It comprises 13 activities: 6 activities for all settings, 2 lesson plan excerpts from the Lesson Plans For Life Skills Classrooms curriculum, 2 games from the Home and Family games collection created with The National Lekotek Center and 3 therapy protocol adaptations from the Beamz Therapy Guide created with the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at Temple University.
Available Additional Songs – PC Users: visit www.beamzmusic.com to purchase additional songs
Available Additional Songs – iOS & MAC Users: click on the Beamz Store within the Beamz App to purchase directly within the application
Recreation Therapy, Occupational Therapy & General Therapy: Beamz Therapy Guide available; collection of 15 protocols for use with broad client populations from pediatrics to geriatrics to accomplish a wide range of cognitive, physical and social/emotional goals
Music Therapy: Beamz Music Therapy Protocols available; collection includes 5 “progressive” neuro based interventions and 2 “stand alone” protocols for general health and wellness
Special Education / Life Skills Development: Lesson Plans for Life Skills Classrooms available; provides educators and activity leaders a framework for using music making activities to teach life skills including understanding numeric patterns, developing language/communication skills, improving motor skills, connecting subjects and socialization. The book comprises 10 lesson plans and includes worksheets, assessments and handouts plus two additional Beamz interactive songs for use with specific lessons.
Beamz Laser Controller
Beamz Cross-Platform Player Software for Windows, Mac or iOS devices (iPad/iPhone)
50 interactive songs featuring a broad representation of music styles, genres and instruments
Activity Guide with sample activities for educators, therapists and professionals
Beamz Studio Software for editing and creating Beamz interactive songs (PC software)
Beamz Therapy Guide – collection of 15 protocols with measurements tools and resources to service broad patient populations to accomplish a wide variety of cognitive, physical and social/emotional goals
30 additional Beamz interactive songs paired for use with the protocols
Beamz Soft Case – ideal solution for storage and light travel needs
The Beamz Therapy Guide is a professional resource that can enhance the practice of therapists who work with clients in diverse settings. The guide includes 15 protocols and measurement tools, plus 30 additional Beamz songs paired for use with the protocols. The protocols have been designed to assist therapists in quickly identifying creative ways to structure and adapt treatment sessions that incorporate use of the Beamz. Additional resources are provided to help therapists identify relevant resources and measurement tools that will assist in measuring client progress and documenting therapeutic outcomes.
Recognizing the uniqueness of different settings, clientele and clinical approaches, this guide has purposely been designed as a dynamic collection that can grow and evolve over time. With the ongoing advances that occur in healthcare and human service delivery, this format enables users to add updates and new sections as they are developed and released to ensure therapists are able to work from the most current information available. The binder format also allows for individual user flexibility. Users have the option to reorganize materials so that frequently used items can be stored together; some may also want to create a section in the manual to store client session reports or other documents needed during treatment.
Rhonda Nelson, Ph.D., CTRS, MT-BC Aurora Crew, CTRS