Spending time in nature is great for our bodies and minds
We know that spending time outdoors has a positive impact on our mental health and wellbeing.
We also know that spending time in nature is often difficult to navigate for learning Disabled people with complex support needs.
Sounds Wild combines music and nature to create a natural environment accessible for everyone.
Bring Sounds Wild to your space
Get in touch to discuss bringing Sounds Wild to your school, community group or outdoor space.
Sounds Wild sessions encourage and provide opportunities for:
- Exploration and use of all the senses
- A person-led approach increasing a sense of autonomy
- Interactive participation, raising self-esteem
- Spatial awareness and motor development
- Developing communication skills in a sensory environment
- Social interaction with peers
- Creative self-expression through music
- Learning opportunities for parents/carers
“Upon reflecting on the ‘Sounds Wild’ event, I think it was such a success from our perspective, because of the music from start to finish, and being guided by the expertise of the Soundabout team. It was clear that a lot of thought and preparation had gone in to the event and it honestly wouldn’t have been the same experience for (my son) if we had visited Brandon Marsh without Soundabout."Join our mailing list: Be the first to know about upcoming Sounds Wild projects
"I just wanted to say a MASSIVE thank you for today's experience with cedar class - it was absolutely out of this world. It's the first time I've been to one of your sessions and I can honestly say I have never seen our children so engaged, so in awe and so happy. It was so well planned, resourced and you clearly have so much knowledge of supporting children with additional needs - it was genuinely the highlight of our year so far." Oakwood School 2023Get in touch: Bring Sounds Wild to your school