Join our own culture change pundit Carmen Bowman, MHS, on her monthly web talk show. Actually, it's better than a talk show because you too can join the conversation by asking questions of Carmen and her guests. Carmen's smart look at culture change focuses on a wide variety of topics. She brings an insider's view of regulations, and reports on little changes happening in government, in attitude, in practice. Each month she will share culture change news and updates, amusing and heartwarming stories, and interview a guest on a relevant and timely topic.
Guest: Dan Cohen, MSW
Founder and Executive Director of Music & Memory
Kant called music the “quickening art.” Be inspired by the founder of Music & Memory how you can easily use music to help people living with dementia to be “alive inside” again. Since we now know it is within our power to stimulate a person’s brain, to quicken their spirit, and to bring joy, how can we not do it? Music also affords the side-effect benefit of movement, something many institutionalized elders, and all of us, need. Rooted in neuroscience research, the results are described as “nothing short of miraculous” and certainly contribute to efforts to reduce anti-psychotics.
Carmen's webinars are held the third Friday of every month and run about an hour.
Registration Fee: $99 per site/per show
Fit as many as you can around your computer monitor, or project it on the wall and fill a room.
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