DRUMBEAT (Discovering Relationships Using Music Beliefs Emotions Attitudes and Thoughts) is about connecting with other participants to form a safe social space for sharing stories, building resilience, and having fun. Participants learn different rhythms as a team and as individuals. There are drumming games to cement the key learning outcomes of the program to;
- Build social and emotional resilience for any age group.
- Support managing change and challenges.
- To build resilience through rhythm.
Who we assist
DRUMBEAT is a community program for children aged 12 and under offering a safe social space for sharing stories, building resilience, and having fun.
As the facilitating partner in the Raymond Terrace Local Government Area, Samaritans operates DRUMBEAT within local primary schools.
DRUMBEAT also offers fee for service for local community groups across the Hunter.
DRUMBEAT operates accross Raymond Terrace and the Hunter, NSW.
Janelle Wheatley, DRUMBEAT Program Facilitator
Phone: 0407 481 735