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)
|Sept 9||Music in Times of Plague and COVID-19 - Remi Chiu||REGISTER|
|Oct 14||Noise Solution: A top 100 performing UK social enterprise discusses its digital music mentoring- Simon Glenister||REGISTER|
|Nov 11||The hills are alive with the sound of spiritual care: spirituality, music, and palliative care - Bob Tees||REGISTER|
|Dec 9||Memory Tracks: A Care App to Support People Living with Dementia - Gordon Anderson||REGISTER|
|Jan 13||Attention, Memory, and Executive Functions: an introduction to cognitive training techniques with Neurologic Music Therapy - Elizabeth Nightingale||REGISTER|
|Feb 10||Hearing Loss Prevention as we Age - Marshall Chasin||REGISTER|
|Mar 10||Using Music to Reduce Social Isolation and Loneliness in Long-Term Care - Lauren Winemaker, Mara Medeiros, Chelsea Mackinnon||REGISTER|
|Apr 14||Scaling Music Care - Bev Foster||REGISTER|
|May 12||Working with a multidisciplinary team in brain injury rehabilitation - Justis Krar||REGISTER|
|Jun 9||Intergenerational Education and Creative Music Programs - Caroline Brendel Pacheco||REGISTER|
"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
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