Nordoff Robbins is a specialist music charity, dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable children and adults across the UK.
We deliver thousands of music therapy sessions per year in care homes, day centres, hospitals, schools and our own centres.
Through music therapy we support people with a range of challenges including autism and other learning difficulties, dementia, mental health problems, stroke, brain injury and depression. Some of the people we help have a life-threatening or terminal illness, such as cancer.
The Nordoff Robbins London Centre in Kentish Town is the world’s largest dedicated music therapy centre. We aim to offer a broad range of music therapy and music services to meet the needs of as many different people in as many different circumstances as possible.
2 Lissenden Gardens, London, NW5 1PQ
Who is it for:
People with a disability or illness (physical or mental), emotional behavioural difficulties or autistic spectrum disorders
Full disabled access
How to apply:
Contact Fraser Simpson at Nordoff Robbins (by telephone or email)
Kentish Town (tube), Gospel Oak (London Overground)
nothing on-site, street parking bays nearby