A YORK charity has launched a new ‘multi-sensory’ therapy that aims to stimulate those with profound disabilities by using interactive music and sound.
The regular iMUSE sessions offered by Accessible Arts and Media have been made possible partly by funding from the Gannett Foundation, the charitable arm of The Press’ parent company Gannett.
Accessible Arts was just one of the charities which benefited from a Gannet Foundation award last year.
Now the Foundation is inviting applications again.
Community groups have until September 26 to apply for a grant of up to £10,000.
So if you’ve got a project that needs a little help, get working on that application now. It could make all the difference...