Songs To Grow On is committed to providing information and resources for clients and their families. Here are just a few of the organizations and businesses that this private practice endorses.

  • The American Music Therapy Association
  • AMTA's purpose is the progressive development of the therapeutic use of music in rehabilitation, special education, and community settings. Predecessors, unified in 1998, included the National Association for Music Therapy founded in 1950 and the American Association for Music Therapy founded in 1971. AMTA is committed to the advancement of education, training, professional standards, credentials, and research in support of the music therapy profession.
  • Certification Board For Music Therapists
  • CBMT is the only organization to certify music therapists to practice music therapy nationally. It’s MT-BC program has been fully accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) since 1986. Over 5,500 music therapists currently maintain the MT-BC credential, and participate in a program of recertification designed to measure or enhance competence in the profession of music therapy.
  • Michigan Music Therapists
  • Website for Michigan-based Music Therapists.
  • VSA Michigan: The State Organization On Arts And Disability
  • VSA Michigan (VSAMI) is a member of the network of VSA - The International Organization on Arts and Disability, an affiliate of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Founded in 1974 by Jean Kennedy Smith, VSA -The International Organization on Arts and Disability has been designated by the U.S. Congress as the nation’s coordinating agency for arts programs for people with disabilities.
  • The Kaufman Children’s Center
  • The Kaufman Children’s Center for Speech, Language, Sensory-Motor, and Social Connections, Inc. provides individual speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, sensory integration therapy, social skills instruction, and applied verbal behavior therapy for children from birth to 17 years old. We offer a warm, family-friendly environment, complete with private observation rooms where parents can follow along with their children’s progress.
  • The ARC of Oakland County
  • The Arc of Oakland County advocates for the rights and full participation of all children and adults with intellectual and other related developmental disabilities. We strive to improve systems of supports and services; connect families; inspire our community and influence public policy. We are a non-profit, charitable organization funded in part by the United Way for Southeastern Michigan, and through the kindness of our most generous individual donors.
  • Autism Society of Michigan
  • The mission of the Autism Society of Michigan (ASM) is to assure full participation and self determination in every aspect of life for each individual. We will realize this vision by opening avenues of self advocacy and advocating on behalf of others in a way that values equity, respect, dignity and diversity in all communities.
  • Friendship Circle
  • Friendship Circle is a non-profit organization that provides programs and support to the families of individuals with special needs. In addition to assisting individuals with special needs, the Friendship Circle enriches its vast network of volunteers by enabling them to reap the rewards of selfless giving.