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  • Music Therapy in Dementia Care

    It's Music Therapy Week and this year BAMT is focusing on the role of music therapy in dementia care.  Click here to download their flyer, which tells the story of David, and the importance of music therapy in his struggles with dementia.  "I feel more alive and happy after each session" he says.  His wife adds "I wish that this form of therapy could be available on the NHS, as it is clearly so beneficial."

    All this clearly highlights the importance and relevance of our drive to explore the role of skill-sharing in dementia care here in the UK.  Caroline Anderson, our UK Research and Development Officer will be chairing a roundtable discussion titled "What is the relevance of skill-sharing to music therapists working in the field of dementia?" at the upcoming conference "Music Therapy and Dementia Care in the 21st Century" at Anglia Ruskin University in September.  Caroline will be joined by our Director, Alexia Quin, as well as distinguished music therapists, Helen Odell-Miller and Ming Hsu.  A member of care staff and colleague of Ming Hsu's will add a valuable perspective to the discussion, from the point of view of a possible skill-sharing recipient.

    For more on our research into dementia care in the UK, please see our "Blog" section.

  • Project Georgia Blog

    Volunteers Jenny and Isabel have returned from Georgia where they were supporting Local Partners at Public School 198 and the Parents Bridge Center. Click here to read their blog and hear how their visit went. Some really positive feedback and exciting developments in their music programme!

  • Music in Action in Gisenyi, Rwanda


  • National Conference in Romania

    We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a conference in Brasov in partnership with the University of Transilvania. This is to mark 20 years since we first started working in Romania, aiming to make the positive effects of music available to those most in need.This 2-day conference will bring together practitioners, academics and influencers to consider how music therapy is being used in Romania today and what lies ahead for its future development.  There will be workshops, presentations and round table discussions with an emphasis on music therapy practice, sharing experiences and working together to strengthen the role of music therapy and its practitioners in the future.

    If you are from Romania and would like to attend the conference please click here for more details.  


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