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Music Therapy supports individuals with acquired brain injury experiencing isolation, difficult life transitions and moments of shift. Music therapy is highly effective in neurologic rehabilitation - and can support clients with a variety of goals including enhancing speech and language...

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 Music Therapy and Brain Injury - VIDEO Alan, a six-time Ironman Triathlete in his 50s had a major stroke that rendered him unable to talk or walk.  Still in recovery after 7 years, and still unable to walk unassisted, he is...

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Music Therapy Opens Doors to Interaction and Growth John, a man in his early thirties, loves to interact with others, is adventurous, and has a great sense of humour.  He also has an acquired brain injury and as a result has...

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The Science Behind Music that Heals the Brain The human brain is an amazing piece of machinery that controls, processes and stores everything we think, say or do.  It runs every function in our body whether we are conscious of it...

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Last month was dedicated to Music Therapy with Persons with Alzheimer's.  MARCH 2012 (National Music Therapy Month in Canada) will focus on Music Therapy with Brain Injury. Working with anyone who has suffered a neurological impairment is sensitive work.  As music...

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When Statistics Canada shared their results from the Canadian Community Health Survey: Mental Health 2012 it fell in line with a recommendation by the Commission’s Mental Health Strategy for Canada which outlined the need to “improve mental health data collection, research, and knowledge...

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