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  • How has the music programme benefited the people you work with?

    Earlier this year we implemented a 6 week skill sharing project at The Fields, a residential care home for adults with learning difficulties. We recently returned to visit the staff that had taken part in the training to find out how the music programme has benefited the people they work with. Hear what they had to say by clicking here to watch the video. 

  • Project in Rwanda underway!

    We currently have two Music as Therapy International representatives in Rwanda. Una and Isabel are evaluating a new training model that we piloted last year and supporting staff working in 8 Centres across Rwanda during the next two weeks. We hope to update our blog along the way with what they're getting up to. It sounds like they have hit the ground running and have already visited three Centres in and around Kigali in the last two days. Here they are below with one of the participants who took part in the training last year so they could set up their own therapeutic music programme.

  • Interactive Music-Making tutor feedback

    It's not just our students who get excited about the interactive music-making course.  The course is delivered by a team of 6 tutors, 5 experienced music therapists and 1 interactive music-making specialist.  As we come to the end of this year's delivery, music therapist Nicky O'Neill described the course as "creative, detailed and robust" and she shared her enjoyment of both teaching on and learning from her involvement with the course.  This view was shared by Linda Mitchell (Interactive Music-Making Specialist) who wrote, "Being part of such a dynamic tutoring team has been a very interesting, if at times scary experience. I have learnt so much from my fellow tutors and from the students who have participated in all the courses."

  • Skill-sharing for people living with Dementia (Hove)

    Delighted to announce our 4th UK skill-sharing project for 2016: In partnership with Waves Music Therapy and Guildcare, and led by music therapist Hazel Child, we will be looking at ways care staff in Hove can use music to help the people living with dementia they support in the late summer.

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