Music workshop held to help children with autism

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THE BRONX -

A special rhythmic music workshop was hosted in Pelham Parkway Sunday to help children with autism.

The event at Bronx House was full of parents with autistic children looking to add music therapy to their families' lives.

Richard Loveszy and wife Rebecca have spent their careers using music therapy.

They say the event allows autistic children to get access to music therapy close to home.

The music therapists say the benefits of music aren't limited to those with autism, but helps anyone of any age or ability.

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