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Adaptive lessons in music therapy for older adults: more than learning a new skill
It is well documented in music therapy literature that older adults with primary and secondary aging benefit from music therapy. While literature exists in the music therapy area regarding adaptive lessons for young children, there are scant resources available for providing similar instruction for older adults. This presentation will discuss providing adaptive lessons as music therapy for an older adult from the perspective of the supervising professor and reflections shared by the student therapist and facility representative.
Virginia (Ginny) Driscoll, PhD, MT-BC