Working with the Down Syndrome Association in the DSA Music service has provided many useful insights towards my thinking of differently-abled people. The first being that they are not disabled, they are differently-abled. Our first season comprised mostly of planning and understanding the resources at hand, who we would be working with, and the commitment required to this activity. Our service group is small due to the needs of the service and my peers contribute to conversations in a thought-provoking manner with many useful insights to share (LO5). Through brainstorming and consideration of the creative contributions of everyone in the service, we were able to plan our next season of music and engagement activities for the service successfully (LO3). So far, we have laid out the scope of the activity and also understood our role in the service. This is an important step as, understanding what service is, is one of the most important aspects of service (LO7).