The Music Care Conference is a national one day conference that identifies and integrates common themes and issues using music across the care spectrum and highlights the social implications of music in care.
Waterloo Music Care Conference, Singing in Care – Saturday, November 15, 2014
Some Speakers include:
Dr. Stephen Clift – Professor of Health Education, Faculty of Health and Social Care, Canterbury Christ Church University and Director of the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health.
Debbie Lou Ludolph – Director of Kanata Centre, Waterloo Lutheran Seminary
Kate Munger – founder of the Threshold Choirs -singers who at the bedsides of people who are dying, in coma, children in hospital and with people who are incarcerated.
Dr. Lee Willingham – associate professor of Music Education at the Wilfrid Laurier Faculty of Music in Waterloo, Ontario where he also coordinates choral studies.
Aimee Berends – a music therapist in the Kitchener-Waterloo area working in mental health and addictions with children, adolescents and adults.
Waterloo Topics include:
Singing and End of Life
Singing and Prisons
Singing and Stroke Rehabilitation
Singing and Special Needs
Singing and Aging
Singing and Mental Health
Singing and Community