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Setting our sights: Navigating challenge with quiet confidence

Posted in Blog on 1st October 2020

  This photo is of me working in Romania with the local practitioners as they embarked on our Distance Learning Programme to explore how they might use music with young children with disabilities.  Taken a few weeks before lockdown, we had no idea we might look... Read on

Halfway through the year: A message to our Partners

Posted in Blog on 14th August 2020

It's now midway through 2020 - and it's fair to say this has been a year none of us could have expected. COVID has thrown care and early years professionals into the spotlight: through the most tragic of circumstances, care practitioners are now being... Read on

Shannon's work updating the Research Summary: A blog from Canada

Posted in Blog on 14th July 2020

Over the past few months, Shannon Perkins-Carr - ex-MasT Administration and Compliance Officer, and much missed team member! - has been working to update our Research Summary. Here, she shares her experience of the process, as well as some updates from her new... Read on

The time to ‘keep going’

Posted in Blog on 1st July 2020

As our previous COVID-19 blog post (Staying calm on shifting sands: Our response to the COVID-19 crisis) described, the early days of the pandemic led us to reflect carefully in terms of what our role was to be in the challenging times ahead. For us like so many... Read on

Adapting to the 'New Normal' Blog

Posted in Blog on 24th June 2020

Current times has seen Music as Therapy International operate in new ways that still allows us to support our Partners and care practitioners worldwide with using music whilst adapting to the 'new normal'. Read our guest blog on Borletti-Buitoni Trust... Read on

The Summer CPD Event for Interactive Music-Makers goes online

Posted in Blog, Projects on 22nd June 2020

Last week, we took our Summer CPD Event for Interactive Music-Makers online. Alexia met with three Interactive Music-Makers (one of whom trained in 2012!) on Zoom to discuss the challenges of working around COVID, and how to keep music a part of early years practice... Read on

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