Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring children I care for during the day?
Can I start at any point in the year?
Do I have to take anything to a mainly music session?
Do I need to put myself on a roster because I am attending the sessions?
How do I know I am attending a genuine mainly music session?
How much does mainly music cost?
Is there anything other than ‘just music’?
My child has food allergies - what do I do?
Videos and cameras at the session - are these allowed?
What age should I start my child at mainly music?
What happens in a mainly music session?
What if I miss a week?

Choose project:

Vulnerable Communities
Teen parent unit
Women’s refuge
Vulnerable Communities
Each week, Session Facilitators take mainly music sessions into a community-based holistic program or a Government facility.
Where sessions contribute to the connection between parent and child.
Where smiles and delight are increased and where joy is found.

A part of a initiative we lovingly call 'Vulnerable Communities'. To find out more head to our 'Vulnerable communities' page under the 'Who We Are' tab.

Teen parent unit
Monica wanted to continue her schooling, so she accessed classes through a teen parent unit.
To help Monica bond with her baby, mainly music sessions became a highlight.
We value your contribution to the establishing of mother/child bonding for mothers like Monica.
Women’s refuge
Sophie left, with her children, and few belongings from the abusive environment.

mainly music sessions she attended during her stay at the women’s refuge provided a time of joy and fun, for both her and her children.
You can help little families establish themselves in times of trouble.
Donation amount:

$