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NEW! HHF 2015 Winter Outing - January 23-25, 2015

In Massachusetts - Mark your calendar now, please smiley  More details to follow closer to the date.  Questions/Comments to Dayna.Waskewicz@comcast.net or Vennessa.Fuhs@gmail.com

 

Another Way to Play: Teaching Instrumental Music to Students with Upper Limb Differences

(By Valerie Peters, Andover MA) - Every year, between 1 and 6 in 10,000 children in the United States is born with an upper limb anomaly.1 During childhood, many more lose hands and arms to accidents or disease. These children grow up and enter our classrooms, and as inclusive, innovative Orff-Schulwerk teachers, it is our job to provide them with the most diverse and successful instrumental music experience possible.

Richie Parker is a true inspiration! Watch and share this video :)

"We understood some of the dangers (of riding a bike) … but we welded on these extra long handle bars … and after that … he was just a kid riding his bike.” This is a must-see video for everyone (esp. HHF families). Enjoy!

Helping Hands Family - Inspirational Video

A Helping Hands Family has created an inspirational video starting with the birth of their HHF child, Lola.   Check it out http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wETjD67_QZ4

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