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10 great reasons to come to Music Care Fredericton - June 3 & 4, 2012

by Bev Foster

Raylene Rankin


Ten Reasons...

  1. learn and experience  how music is connected to our well-being throughout our lifespan
  2. listen to how people in Atlantic Canada are using music in care
      • Imelda Perley and the grandma’s healing drums from Maliseet First Nations
      • Sistema NB, an orchestral music program for at-risk kids from Moncton
      • Laurence Marie a vibroacoustic harp therapist from Moncton
      • ipod project – a music program for people living with dementia
      • [email protected] – an intergenerational Glee Club with a twist
      • Guylaine Vaillancourt, a music therapist from Montreal who uses music in end of life care
      • Dwight Ough, an audiologist from St. Stephen speaking on Hearing and Aging
  3. hear Raylene Rankin live in concert Sunday June 3 at 7 p.m. click here for tickets and then again at the conference on Monday June 4
  4. it’s a great price! $90 earlybird, $110 after April 15, seniors and students $75 including refreshments and lunch
  5. it’s a great location! – at The Playhouse Theatre and lunch at the Crowne Plaza Hotel
  6. discover how you can use music more effectively in caring for your loved ones and clients
  7. be inspired by keynotes Dr. Deforia Lane, Dr. Lee Willingham, Bev Foster
  8. learn more about how music is connected to our memories and why that is important in the aging population with Dr. Amy Clements-Cortes, President of the Music Therapy Association of Canada
  9. the conference is bilingual – English and French simultaneous translation
  10. NETWORK – make some new friends who share your music care passion

click here for program-at-a-glance click here for speaker information