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Partners

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Mark Bass
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Mark Drum
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Roland
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Boys and Girls Club
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Skull Candy
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DR Strings
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Guitar Center
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Secret Valley Media Labs
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D'Addario Foundation
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San Clemente Surf Soccer
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Stance
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Rainbow Sandals
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The Local Dish Magazine
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Rocket Fizz
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Avila's El Ranchito
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Union Bank
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San Clemente Junior Woman's Club
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Salon Zinnia
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Trader Joe's
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John Simonelli CPA
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You Can Help

Get the word out to your local community and education members about programs geared for those with autism. Encouraging children to get involved in music and to accept and help those with disabilities will improve the entire community for the long run.

Music and Autism

1 Research demonstrates the benefit of music to enhance literacy skills in the autistic. Musical cueing is effective to improve word recognition, logo identification, print concepts and prewriting skills of children in early intervention programs.
2 Selected verbal language and speech skills are enhanced through music activities in autistic students. Musical presentation of new vocabulary words results in an increased number of words learned. Music is effective as a prompt and reinforcer to increase verbal response in preschool-age children with limited verbal communication.
3 Participation in music activities and structured instrument playing help to improve social skills in school-age children. Social problem solving skills in 5-year old children are increased in the long-term through creative musical activities. Music helps improve social problem solving skills in middle school students. Songs assisted children with ASD in entering the classroom, greeting the teacher and/or peers, and engaging in play.
4 The use of music to structure and organize information helps to increase learning and retention of number concepts. Sequential verbal information, such as telephone numbers, set to melodic and rhythmic patterns are better memorized and recalled than through non-music presentation.

Contact Us

Rock The Autism, Inc.
240 Avenida Vista Montana, Suite 16B
San Clemente, CA 92672

949 573 8186, office
949 228 6991, direct line to CEO

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2015 Schedule

EVERY TUESDAY
Boys and Girls Club South Coast
San Clemente, CA

4:00 - 5:00 pm
Special Needs Exclusive

5:00 - 5:30 pm
ALL Inclusive Kids Jam

2015 Special Events and School Assemblies to be announced.