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10 great reasons to come to the Music Care Conference Waterloo, ON - Nov 15, 2014

by Bev Foster

  • Learn singing strategies to incorporate into caregiving practice.
  • Be inspired by ‘Singing Doctor’, Dr. Carey Andrew-Jaja who welcomes newborns with song in the delivery room.
  • Be informed about how singing is being used by caregivers in a variety of settings
    • Singing in Families – Alicia Smith with mom, Miriam and sister, Jacqueline
    • Singing and Stroke Rehabilitation with Catherine Haire
    • Singing in Faith Communities with Mark Ruhnke
    • Singing and Adolescent Mental Health with Amy Berends
  • Enjoy Inuit Singer/Songwriter Susan Aglukark LIVE as closing keynote performer and local singing groups: The Laurier Singers and the Good Hearted Singers.
  • Learn how singing is connected to our memories in Singing and Dementia Care with Dr. Amy Clements-Cortes.
  • Hear about how song can influence issues of social justice with Debbie Lou Ludolph.
  • Learn about the effects of Singing at End of Life and Singing in Prisons with Kate Munger.
  • Discover how you can use singing more effectively in caring for your loved ones and clients.
  • It’s a great price - $135 regular and $95 for  seniors and students including refreshments and lunch (plus tax).
  • Visit with the SOLD OUT exhibiters and learn about local music care programs and meet new friends who share your music care passion.

For more information and to register, visit: www.musiccareconference.ca