THE PARKINSON’S JOURNEY AND MUSIC’S ROLE
This special session describes music’s role for Parkinson’s patients, families/caregivers and the attending staff. In this poignant presentation, Tami shares her personal and professional experiences with this disease – she was a primary caregiver to her dear uncle who had Parkinson’s/dementia; her father also has Parkinson’s. Intertwined with live harp examples, her powerful stories are reflections on the special moments, the sorrows and the lessons learned during the caregiving journey.
- Learn how the benefits of therapeutic music can be used effectively with Parkinson’s patients.
- Experience how healing music can help create a sacred environment for those touched by the Parkinson’s disease.
What participants have said about The Parkinson’s Journey and Music’s Role program…
• “You spoke so eloquently from your heart and I could relate to every word of your presentation. Thank you for sharing your journey to ease my journey.”
Caregivers of Parkinson’s Patients Luncheon; Minneapolis, MN
• “She is very passionate to help those afflicted with this disease and those who give care to Parkinson’s patients. She brings a unique personal and professional perspective. What a wonderful resource … I am buying her CDs!”
State-wide conference on Parkinson’s and Using Complementary Care; Tulsa, OK
|Program Structure||Presentation is experiential and includes:
|Length||One to two hours.|
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