Scientists Reveal Drumming Helps Schoolchildren Diagnosed With Autism

As autism numbers grow, education researchers are working to find ways to help children diagnosed with autism do better in school. In a remarkable study on how learning to play the drums can help autistic students, researchers found that drumming for just 60 minutes a week not only helped these children learn, but also improved their dexterity, rhythm and timing, as well as their ability to pay attention. Students in the study practiced rock drumming for 30 minutes twice a week for 10 weeks,...

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