Thursday, September 12, 2013

Room 217 Foundation Music Care Conference; music for palliative patients

Room 217 Foundation has created specific audio tapes meant for those in palliative care. The work of this foundation is powerful.

The Room 217 Foundation Music Care Conference brings together community members in pursuing the issues and themes around caring for people with music. The conference identifies and integrates common themes and issues using music across the care spectrum and highlights the social implications of music in care. Participants experience music in a way that contributes to body-mind-spirit care.  
Choose from several Workshops!
   
  
Keynotes:
Music for Health and Well-being - Jennifer Buchanan
Music and Memory - Dan Cohen
Defying the Odds - A story of Music and Miraculour Recover - Jason & Marjorie Crigler
Celebrating the Stories of Life - Canadian Singer/Songwriter Murray McLauchlan
  
Workshops:
Music Therapy and Pain - Dr. Joanne Lowey
Music & Medicine - Dr. Lee Bartel
Using Music to Connect with People with Dementia - Robin Rio
"Songs With": A Musical Journey of the Soul - Carolyn Williams
Singing for Dementia Care - Bev Foster and Dr. Amy Clements-Cortes
Cultivating Presence with Therapeutic Rhythm & Mindfulness - Dr. Shari Geller
Music in Hospice Palliative Care and Bereavement -Dr. Amy Clements-Cortes, Sara Klinck & SarahRose Black
To see all the exciting details with regards to this exciting Music Care Conference, please follow the links above. Feel free to forward this to collegues, friends and family.
Sincerely,
  
Carolyn Simpson, Registrar
Room 217 Foundation Music Care Conference

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