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  • Great feedback from Local Partner's in Tbilisi, Georgia

    We have just received some really positive feedback from our Local Partner's in Georgia who recently took part in a 6 week introductory skill sharing project. 
    One member of staff told us: 
    "I am very grateful that I had a chance to meet these incredible people, Jenny and Isabel, who held the sessions incredibly well and increased our interest towards the music therapy. I was very pleased that I was included in this project as I have learnt many new skills and activities. The results were obvious when working with the children". 
    Teona Kacheishvili, the principle, has also informed us that regular music as therapy sessions are already being included in the weekly timetable at both the school and the day centre. Support from management is vital to the long term impact and sustainability of our skill sharing projects.
  • Alexia Quin, shares her 'Brilliant moment' with Media Trust

    We were approached by the Media Trust to be part of their "My Brilliant Moments" series on the community channel. Director, Alexia Quin, shared her brilliant moment, please find the video below. Thanks for watching and enjoy!


  • Our Winter newsletter for Romanian Local Partner's

    One way that we support our Local Partner’s in Romania is by producing a newsletter. This is an opportunity for our Local Partners to find out what has been going on in Romania throughout the year as well what opportunities there might be for further development and training. It is also a platform for practitioners in Romania to share their personal experiences and ideas, providing a perfect opportunity to learn from one another. 

    To view the Romanian version of the newsletter click here 

    To view the part-English version of the newsletter click here 



  • Project Georgia 2014 is coming to an end....

    It's hard to believe that Project Georgia 2014 is already close to finishing. Our volunteer team return to the UK on Sunday and we are looking forward to hearing about their project in more detail, once they have settled back in of course! 

    They have been sharing skills with teachers at special school #198 and the staff at the parents bridge center for children and young adults with autism. 

    Click here to read about how the final week of their project is going so far.

    Wishing Isabel and Jenny a safe journey home!

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