Adaptive Music Program

About AMP

The Adaptive Music Partnership (AMP) connects music and special education to improve students’ lives, targeting social/emotional, academic, and artistic development. Over 20% of the student population in Springfield is differently abled, and this number is increasing. Music is a proven and effective tool to unlocking learning potential in differently abled students, yet the majority of this population does not have access to musical instruction that is adapted to their needs.

What we do

We work directly with differently abled students in the classroom, teaching music classes designed to include all learners. We train and support music teachers in strategies and techniques for reaching their differently abled students. We also train and support special education teachers in integrating music and arts into their teaching.

Watch our Dr. King Day Celebration!

This is a collaborative celebration hosted by Martin Luther King Jr Family Services, Community Music School of Springfield, D.R.E.A.M Studio and Springfield College.