Working with Adults with Developmental Disabilities


MusicWorx Toolbox: Working with Adults with Developmental Disabilities, Second Edition, is a music therapy intervention resource for adults with developmental disabilities, addressing cognitive, sensorimotor, speech / language, and social / emotional goal areas. The session plans are thorough enough to replicate exactly to create a successful therapeutic session or modify to incorporate a therapist’s unique artistic interpretation.

All MusicWorx Toolbox Self-Study Courses are approved by the CBMT for 15 Continuing Music Therapy Education ( CMTE ) credits. MusicWorx Inc., #P-097, maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria.

CMTE credits are downloadable content.  Links to this content are included in your emailed receipt or found in your account!  Read More On CMTE Course Credits >

Please note that PDF copies are formatted for 8.5 x 11 and can be printed; however, they are not formatted for e-readers such as Kindle and Nook. The prices below for spiral-bound copies do not reflect shipping & handling.

SKU CMTE-005 Category

What’s Inside This Toolbox

  • 101 single-sided pages
  • 12 detailed session plans
  • 4 original hello songs
  • 4 goodbye songs
  • digital form download (included with CMTEs)
  • introductory reading about adults with developmental disabilities
  • recommended group-singing songs
  • recordings of all original songs
  • resource lists
  • visuals / pictures and distribution materials

Session Topics

  • Session 1: Group Music-Making
  • Session 2: Getting to Know You
  • Session 3: I Spy
  • Session 4: Mirrors
  • Session 5: Colors
  • Session 6: What a Wonderful World
  • Session 7: Partners
  • Session 8: I Had Me a Dog
  • Session 9: Favorites
  • Session 10: Using Our Bodies
  • Session 11: St. Patrick’s Day / Irish
  • Session 12: Spring

Additional information

15 CMTE Credits

Included, Not Included


PDF, Spiral-Bound Print


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