The goal of these activities is to make sure our partners can continue using interactive music making long after their training is complete and create a lasting legacy of change.
Between six and twelve months after a care setting has received on-site skill-sharing, we offer a Follow-up visit to provide our Partners with further guidance, support and encouragement in their use of music in care and share in their successes. Wherever possible, this is delivered by the same project team who delivered the preceding training project.
Motivation programme (UK)
The Motivation Programme is a comprehensive support offering specific to our UK Partners. The scheme includes a regular newsletter sharing ideas, resources and activities to support caregivers in their continued use of music. Partners are also offered CPD events, and can request additional musical instruments, supervision or training.
After more than a year has passed since a care setting has received training, we offer visits to provide additional guidance, encouragement and to troubleshoot challenges. We also provide additional training to address specific challenges our Partners have encountered.
Musical instrument fund
We offer a limited budget to our existing Partners to be used for additional musical instruments or resources.
Motivation programme 2019
- All beneficiary groups
Distance learning evaluation 2019
Occupied Palestinian Territories
- Mental health
Follow-up visit: Invernevis House (Fort William) 2020