Arts Interventions in Dementia Care - Emily Cousins
Singing and the Brain - Dr. Justine Schneider
New Hope for Alzheimer's - Dr. Lee Bartel
Developing a Best Music Practice Model to Promote “Musical Health” for Persons Living with Dementia - Dr. Laurel Young
- RECORDED WEBINAR - Developing a Best Music Practice Model to Promote “Musical Health” for Persons Living with Dementia
- Developing a Best Music Practice Model to Promote “Musical Health” for Persons Living with Dementia PDF
Singing & the Brain - Dr. Justine Schneider
Music & Dementia Care - Robin Rio
Music & Dementia - Dan Cohen
- RECORDED WEBINAR - Making Meaningful Connections: Music in Dementia Care
- Dementia Webinar Slides with Speaker Notes PDF
- Dementia Resources PDF
- SMILE Brochure PDF
Music for Life: risk, empathy and creativity - Julian West
- RECORDED WEBINAR - Music for Life: risk, empathy and creativity - Julian West
- Music for Life: risk, empathy and creativity PDF
A Music Resource for Dementia Care by Bev Foster
Faces of Music Care Part 4: Alive Inside, Henry and the iPod project by Bev Foster
Faces of Music Care Part 7: Buddy’s Glee Club by Bev Foster
Music and Dementia Care: 5 Tips for Caregivers by Bev Foster
Music, Dementia, and Meaningful Moments: a Room 217 staff member’s story by Deb Bartlett
Music program connected to decrease in medication use, fewer behavioural problems for long-term care home residents with dementia by Various Writers
Pathways: helping people with dementia find their voice through song by Bev Foster
The Brain On Music: A Dementia Perspective by Chelsea Mackinnon
The Pathways Singing Program for Memory Care by Bev Foster
Why does music work in dementia care? by Deb Bartlett
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Clair, A.A. (2002). The effects of music therapy on engagement in family caregiver and care receiver couples with dementia. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias, 17(5), 286-290.
Cuddy, L., Duffin, J., (2004). Music, memory and Alzheimer’s disease: is music recognition spared in dementia and how can it be assessed? Medical Hypotheses (2005) 64, 229-235.
Kitwood, T. (1997). The experience of dementia. Ageing & Mental Health, 1(1), 13-22.
Kontos, P. & Martin, W. (2013). Embodiment and dementia: Exploring critical narratives of selfhood, surveillance, and dementia care. Dementia, 12(3), 288-302.
McDermott, O., Orrell, M., & Ridder, H.M. (2014). The importance of music for people with dementia: the perspectives of people with dementia, family carers, staff, and music therapists. Aging & Mental Health, 18(6), 706-716.
Osman, S.E., Tischler, V., & Schneider, J. (2014). ‘Singing for the brain’: A qualitative study exploring the health and well-being benefits of singing for people with dementia and their carers. Dementia, 0(0), 1-14
Sarkamo, T., Laitinen, S., Tervaniemi, M., Numminen, A., Kurki, M., & Rantanen, P. (2012). Music, emotion, and dementia: Insight from neuroscientific and clinical research. Music and Medicine, 4(3), 153-162.
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Alzheimer Knowledge Exchange Resource Centre
Alzheimer's Association (USA)
Alzheimer's Society of Canada
Canadian Association of Gerontology
Canadian Dementia Knowledge Translation Network CDKTN
Murray Alzheimer Research Education Programme MAREP
Raffi's Child Honouring Organization
The Canadian Health Network
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The Central Dementia Network, Toronto
University Health Network