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Research Webinar - Singing for Acquired Brain Injury and Neurological Conditions
Research Webinar - Singing for Acquired Brain Injury and Neurological Conditions

Thu, 29 Feb

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Research Webinar - Singing for Acquired Brain Injury and Neurological Conditions

An all-Australian panel share recent research-based insights into group singing for ABI and neurological conditions including Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Dementia and Parkinson's.

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Time & Location

29 Feb 2024, 09:30 – 11:00 UTC

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Guests

About the event

This webinar presents the work of researchers from three Australian universities, exploring multiple aspects of singing for Acquired Brain Injuries and neurological conditions, including:

  • The effects of the various injuries on the brain
  • The role of singing in improving quality of life, alleviating symptoms and bypassing damaged areas
  • The benefits of group singing for carers of those with ABIs (including Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Dementia and Parkinson's)
  • The role of the facilitator in group singing for people with ABI

The panel:

  • Dr Melissa Forbes - Associate Professor (Contemporary Singing-Music) at The University of Southern Queensland
  • Dr Penelope Monroe - Senior Speech Pathologist and Research Associate with FRONTIER, Frontotemporal Dementia Research Group, at The University of Sydney
  • Dr Jeanette Tamplin - Associate Professor (Music Therapy) at The University of Melbourne

N.B. the webinar will be recorded for later viewing by SHN members and/or those who have booked.

Tickets

  • General admission

    Non-members of the Singing for Health Network

    £8.00
  • SHN Members only

    £0.00

Total

£0.00

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