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The importance of music and creativity in supporting the wellbeing and development of care experienced children and young people




A collaborative 'Musicares' project run by the charities Sound Lab and Music Plus is the first national music project for care experienced young people in Scotland, providing free music tuition, workshops, mentoring and advice for care experienced young people all across the country. This programme offers any type of music or creative tuition, from DJ and sound production, to learning to play the guitar, drums, keyboard, singing/songwriting, music theory, art and anything else that young people might want to learn.

This article looks at how they responded to the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions and engaged with their students online.

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