Sign up to our latest CPD event 'Music Therapy in Dementia Care: Broadening music therapy approaches'

Posted in Blog, Projects and Recruitment on 31st January 2019

Music therapists are well-placed and well-trained to ensure people get the musical intervention, activity or opportunity that is the best fit for them along the whole dementia journey. This may include music therapy sessions, singing sessions, such as Singing for the Brain, planning playlists such as Playlists for Life, and training carers to use music in every day care. 

We are looking forward to our contribution to the forthcoming CPD Event exploring all of this:  Music Therapy in Dementia Care - Broadening music therapy approaches.  The event is supported by Anglia Ruskin University and the Utley Foundation and will be held at the Jerome Booth Music Therapy Centre (Anglia Ruskin University) on Wednesday 13th March (Tickets: £25). Click here for more information - we hope to see you there!

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