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Clinical applications of Music Therapy and MUSIC & MEMORY℠

Published: April 12, 2017

An interactive approach Research Advances and clinical applications of Music Therapy and MUSIC & MEMORY℠ for older adults living with dementia. Clinical applications of Music Therapy and MUSIC & MEMORY℠ for older adults living with dementia presentation during 2017 Southern Gerontological Society Annual Meeting.   Presenter Names:  1.     Kendra Ray, MBA, MPH, MT-BC a­­nd a […]

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Health Beat Newsletter APRIL 2017

Published: March 31, 2017

Health Beat Newsletter APRIL 2017

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Reflections from Mid Atlantic Music Therapy Conference, Rochester, NY, March 15-18, 2017

Published: March 20, 2017

Reflections from Mid Atlantic Music Therapy Conference, Rochester, NY, March 15-18, 2017 The Northeaster storm “STELLA” that covered the northeast with over 26 inches of snow didn’t affect the 500 music therapists that attended Mid-Atlantic Region Music Therapy Conference held at Rochester Convention Center, in Rochester NY March 15-18, 2017. Somehow I Made it to […]

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Got Boomwhackers VMTA Toolbox

Published: March 5, 2017

Got Boomwhackers VMTA Toolbox

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Simple Boomwhacker Activities

Published: March 5, 2017

Simple Boomwhacker Activities

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Health Beat Newsletter MARCH 2017

Published: March 2, 2017

Health Beat Newsletter MARCH 2017

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Music is a Gift, Creating Joyful Moments through Rhythm

Music is a Gift, Creating JOYFUL Moments Through Rhythm

Published: February 8, 2017

Music is a Gift, Creating JOYFUL Moments Through Rhythm Podcast Notes: Click Here to View Click Here to Listen to the Podcast

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Older Adults Living with Dementia

Older Adults Living with Dementia – Staying Strong Physically, Emotionally, Spiritually and Mentally

Published: January 31, 2017

What are ways our older adults living with dementia staying strong physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally? We are keeping our heart, mind, body and spirit strong with RHYTHMIC engaging, empowering and energizing music therapy sessions. It was an honor to have Megan (Music Therapy practicum student) be a contributing and active part of this special […]

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Children and Older Adults Living with Dementia Share Ways of Staying Healthy During Flu Season

Children and Older Adults Living with Dementia Share Ways of Staying Healthy During Flu Season

Published: January 26, 2017

How do children and older adults living with dementia share ways of staying healthy during flu season?? We keep our hands clean through an interactive and energizing intergenerational music therapy session. Through Family Focus preschool and the Colonial Heritage Community Foundation supporting the Senior Champions Adult Day Care Program at Our Saviour Lutheran Church in […]

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Healthy Habits – Older Adults Living with Dementia Staying Healthy During Flu Season

Published: January 24, 2017

How are our wonderful older adults living with dementia staying healthy during flu season?? We are keeping our personal hygiene, heart and mind healthy through engaging, empowering and energizing music therapy sessions. We began our session with a deep breathing wellness exercise to allow more oxygen to get to our brain and to calm our […]

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Group Empowerment Drumming protocol lecture at Old Dominion University Department of Music

Group Empowerment Drumming protocol lecture at Old Dominion University Department of Music

Published: January 18, 2017

Thank you Dr. Jim Kosnik and Dr. Douglas T. Owens from Old Dominion University Department of Music for inviting me to be a guest lecture for their Musician’s Health Course. The students, guests and faculty became invigorated, energized and peaceful from experiencing the healthRHYTHMS interactive Group Empowerment Drumming protocol. Our session began by showing and […]

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Older Adults Living with Dementia Enjoying the Snow

Older Adults Living with Dementia Enjoying the Snow

Published: January 11, 2017

What are our wonderful older adults living with dementia enjoying the snow?? Throughout this snowy week, we enjoyed an energizing,stimulating and engaging music making therapy sessions by Ringing in the New Year to a modified version of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” with Jingle Bells. We also sang “Sleigh Ride and shook bells to Carol […]

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Health Beat Newsletter JANUARY 2017

Published: January 2, 2017

Health Beat Newsletter JANUARY 2017

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Virtual Dementia Tour” at Commonwealth Senior Living Williamsburg

Published: December 22, 2016

“Walking in the shoes” of a person living with brain change through my recent “Virtual Dementia Tour” at Commonwealth Senior Living Williamsburg will always be remember and cherished as we continue to engage and connect with individuals with dementia through music. it was an honor to be interview by Heather Bridges, Virginia Gazette reporter, of […]

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12 Days of Christmas Music Activity

12 Days of Christmas Music Activity

Published: December 20, 2016

Looking for a fun and rhythmic activity to facilitate with older adults? Throughout this week, our seniors enjoyed a predictable, stimulating and festive music making experience to a modified version of “12 Days of Christmas” on sound shape drums. On the 6th day of Christmas, our seniors tapped today … 6 drum beats (XXXXXX), 5 […]

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