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Occupational Octaves Piano

Education

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

Occupational Octaves Piano is a Special-Needs-User-Friendly piano curriculum that uses colored letters in rhythmically designed boxes instead of confusing traditional notation. The curriculum is available in paperback and on a cloud-based platform for schools, therapists, teachers, etc. The online version works with companies to enhance HIPPA, FERPA, and Star compliance and has over 500 IEP-style goals pre-loaded with step-by-step instructions.

The Occupational Octaves School of Music is the flagship studio for everything Occupational Octaves. Along with piano, drum, guitar, bass, ukulele, and vocal lessons, the space looks to integrate with the community through musicianship. Lessons are available for almost anyone who can match letters and colors.

  • Languages:
  • English
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Address:

216 Lakville Road
Rear Cottage
Lake Success, NY 11020
United States

Website:

http://www.oopianolessons.com http://www.ooschoolofmusic.com

Phone:

(516) 457-1111

Email:

Lee@OccupationalOctavesPiano.com

Contact:

Lee Stockner

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