Hanover, MA, March 28th, 2020. UPDATE: Due to concerns from the Coronavirus, this event is postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. Please visit the event link below for more information from the host.
Featuring keynote speaker Ashley Campbell who will speak of her journey touring with her dad Glen Campbell. Music and the Brain Symposium – Evidence-based approaches to using the power of music and the arts for enhancing learning, rehabilitation, and quality of life, shares evidence-based approaches to using the power of music and the arts for enhancing learning, rehabilitation, and quality of life.
* For clinicians, educators, researchers, parents and care partners.
* Presented in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association of MA and NH, NVNA and Hospice, South Shore Health, and the South Shore YMCA.
Topics & Speakers:
- Music and the Developing Brain
- Music and the Aging Brain
- Panelists include Dr. Jennifer Zuk, Dr. Lisa Wong, Dr. Kathleen Howland, Dr. Joseph Shrand, Eve Montague, MT-BC, and care partners.
Fees apply, registration is required to https://sscmusic.org/cat/ or contact Eve Montague, MSM, MT-BC, Director of Creative Arts Therapies, at 781-934-2731, x20 or firstname.lastname@example.org