Drumming can help reach the creative, right side of the brain that also helps stimulate socialization.
The tactile nature of drumming, as well, can create a canvas of sorts,
that stimulates the mind and body,
perhaps even helping to connect the two together
in ways that may be slower for those on the Autistic Spectrum.
Not every child or adult with autism can be helped with drumming, but as an alternative therapy, it has the potential to make a difference in many ways.
drumming can be seen as a powerful tool in the struggle to meet the needs of children and adults affected by autism.