Tweet It’s been a while since I’ve posted on the Virtual Book Club. I have to admit, I’m getting tired of reading this book, so I’m putting it off more and more. Aigen’s writing is very complicated and becomes more work to read it and less enjoyable. I had a difficult time understanding the next […]
Tweet Continuing the series on Wellness and Music Therapy, this week features Intellectual Wellness.
Tweet When you have a child with a disability, teaching concepts of time can be difficult. Music is an excellent way to introduce this concept and help your child understand the passage of time.
Tweet At this stage of life, many people are experiencing health difficulties, which may include Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Stroke, Heart Disease, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Arthritis, Diabetes, or other chronic illnesses. Music Therapy techniques can help restore motor functioning, cognitive functioning, or speech/language skills that are affected by these conditions. Here are some examples […]
Tweet Remember that instrument you used to play in middle school or high school? Try to pick up your old instrument and performing in a community ensemble–by doing so, you will exercise your brain and improve your health! Or if you’ve never played, take some lessons. You’re never too old to learn an instrument and […]
Tweet Did you ever play games like Name that Tune or Songburst? Or sing around the campfire or a piano? Turns out you were exercising your brain and improving your memory!
Tweet Music therapy is the enhancement of human capabilities through the planned use of musical influences on human brain functioning.