At Music and Movement, families and caregivers meet at Listen and Talk to participate in music-related activities designed to enrich their child’s listening experience. Hearing music at an early age is good for a child’s overall growth and learning. For children with hearing loss, music has the ability to strengthen memory and thinking, language, and speech skills. During class, information is shared about song and movement, along with handouts to help families make music an integral part of their everyday home activities. Our sessions are free for all families.

This class is going online! Join us for a music class that focuses on listening and spoken language strategies.  Siblings of Birth to Three students are welcome to join. If you have any questions, please email Olivia at

Child smiles while playing sticks and listening to music at Music and Movement at Listen and Talk.

Take a Peek inside our Music and Movement Sessions!

Let's sing and play together!

Parents, caregivers, and their child (along with any siblings!) are welcome to join us for our hybrid Music and Movement sessions held monthly on Fridays from 10:00AM – 10:45AM. These musical experiences are offered in-person at our Kirkland campus or on Zoom. Sign up today to RSVP for the next session.