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Informative, accessible, and free of charge!

Learn from experts in diverse music care fields in this monthly series. Each season of the Music Care Webinar Series is curated to bring you an eclectic range of current topics and engaging speakers. From mental health to dementia care, neurological music therapy to end-of-life care, these hour-long sessions cover a broad bandwidth of music’s influence.

Visit our Reference Library.   All archived webinars are available for listening at your leisure along with presentation slides, sorted by topic.

The Music Care Webinar Series:

  • takes place the 2nd Wednesday of the month, 3:30-4:30 p.m. EST
  • are 60 minutes each with a Q&A period
  • have no cost (registration required for each webinar)

 

2021 - 2022

  

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September 8, 2021Webinar: Music and Resiliency | Sarah Pearson

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October 13, 2021

Webinar: Making Music in Adult Day Programs | Ruth Watkiss

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October 27, 2021 


Webinar: Music Care Connect 


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November 10, 2021 

 


December 8, 2021


January 12, 2022 

 

February 9, 2022 

 

March 9, 2022

 


April 13, 2022 


May 11, 2022 


June 8, 2022


Webinar: Pulse Media | Dr. Andrew Ascenzo &  Dr. SarahRose Black 


Webinar: Right to Music | Dan Cohen  


Webinar: Music,Wellness & Young People | Rachael Finnerty


Webinar: Diversity at End-of-Life | Justin Gray & Aaron Lightstone


Webinar: Quality Improvement through Music Care Certify | Bev Foster 


Webinar: Musical Breath | Phonene Cave 


Webinar: To Cry for You | Carolyn Arends 


Webinar: Voices in Motion Choir | Dr. Debra Sheets 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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"You are doing a fantastic job.  I really look forward to these webinars.  Every one is packed with amazing information.  I'm looking forward to the new season in September."  Anne Lane

"Thank you for making this kind of knowledge available so conveniently and economically."  Janet Gadeski