It’s hard to believe that I am writing about the first webinar of 2020 already. Wasn’t it only a few years ago we were worried about Y2K? I hope you’ve enjoyed (maybe even are still enjoying!) a wonderful holiday season, and have had time for some rest and relaxation.
It’s hard to believe that our last webinar of 2019 takes place next week. On Wednesday, Dec. 11, Sarah Metcalfe will present on Playlist for Life. Playlist for Life is a charity in the U.K. that believes that everyone with dementia should have a unique, personal playlist, and that everyone who loves or cares for them should know how to use it.
This is the second in a series introducing readers to the staff at Room 217 Foundation. This week’s blog is written by Deb Bartlett, resource lead at Room217.
This is the third in our series that promotes our upcoming webinar.
This is our third installment of Meet the Board Members of Room 217. This one features Dr. Lee Bartel.
Room 217 Foundation has been a leader in the use of music as an important part of caregiving. Though the roots of the Foundation are music for palliative care, many of the products we’ve created are for use with older adults, including the Pathways Singing Program, designed for people with dementia.
This is one story in a series of posts that introduce some key players at Room 217. We’ll be introducing you to board members, supporters, and staff members, and letting you know their role at the Foundation.
We know people are busy, and there are limited dollars for professional development. That’s why Room 217 hold a one-day only conference and packs it with content to educate, stories to inspire, and music to entertain.