A New York Woman Makes Playing the Piano Accessible to More Individuals

Finding the right extracurricular activity can be difficult for any parent, but for parents of children with special needs, it is especially challenging. That is why people like Dee Cucinotta are so important. Dee teaches piano to 35-40 children with a variety of special needs, from behavioral disorders and ADHD to Down syndrome and autism. Dee has a special needs child of her own and thus feels that this is her calling. She works hard to make progress with her students because she knows their parents trust her to do so. The lessons are slower-paced and individualized to meet the specific needs of each student. To learn more about Dee Cucionatta and her piano studio, you can visit her website here

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