2019 Year End Recital

We wrapped up the year with a student recital held at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music. The recital was an opportunity for autistic students to perform alongside neurotypical children. Click the link below to watch 4-year-old Gabriel’s performance of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and Jingle Bells!

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A Love for Learning

The Radiant Spectrum is a music and tuition centre for young children with special needs in Singapore. Samantha has worked with children who are non-verbal, have ADHD, are selectively mute, or have high-functioning autism. Samantha is patient, nurturing, and fun, and believes that learning should be a joyful experience that children look forward to.

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Music Lessons

Customized music lessons for special needs children. Suitable for autistic children, ADHD children, or non-verbal children with a natural love for music. Utilizes the ABA-VB approach.

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Primary School Tuition

Every child has a different learning style and a special needs tutor can teach in a way your child understands. Review subjects taught in school and get help on assigned homework. Suitable for mainstream special needs children in Primary 1 to 6.

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Special Needs Learning in the Time of Covid-19

It is unfortunate how Covid-19 has impacted our daily lives, however, we must remain positive. I remind parents that it is ok if progress looks different this period. It is inevitable that your child’s progress will likely be slower this period, and for some students with more severe autism, learning might completely stop.

2019 Year-End Recital

Last December, 15 of my students showcased their skills at our year-end recital, held at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music. The recital was an opportunity for my special needs students to perform alongside neurotypical children.


Is My Special Needs Child Ready to Learn Music?

When it comes to special needs children, there is never a one-size-fits-all approach. From my experience teaching special needs children between 3 to 16 years old, I have found that the students who make the most progress have these 4 traits in common.