Date & Time
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Note: This workshop will now be offered online. It will be recorded and shared with registrants after each online program for a limited time only.
Recent advancements in neuroscience and clinical research have demonstrated the profound impact of music on the human brain. Over the past three decades, this research has been translated into clinical interventions and neurologic rehabilitation to improve movement, language and cognition for those living with neurologic injury or disease.
This lecture will present the neuroscience foundation along with the most up-to-date research supporting this cutting-edge approach to clinical care. Live demonstrations and clinical videos will help to illustrate the interventions and approaches discussed.
Note: Appropriate for the lay person as well as clinicians, caregivers and health practitioners.
This live event requires ZOOM webinar software, which you will be automatically prompted to download upon clicking the access link provided to you in your confirmation and reminder emails. Zoom is an easy to use webinar software available for Mac OS X, Windows, iOS and Android. Installation should only take a moment.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: If you have a computer with a broadband connection (320 kbps minimum), web browser, and sound capabilities (microphone and speakers or headset), you will be able to view the webinar and participate in the Q&A period. Recommended System Requirements: Windows 8.1 or Mac OSX 10.5 or higher, and browsers version Internet Explorer 6, Firefox 3, Safari 4, and Chrome 11 or higher.
An Evening Workshop
Friday, July 24, 2020, 6:30 – 8:30 pm EST
Members $45/ Nonmembers $55
Brian Harris, the cofounder/CEO of MedRhythms, Inc., is a Board-Certified Music Therapist with specialized training in Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT), one of only 250 people in the world with the distinction of NMT Fellow. Harris was the first NMT at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, which has grown into the most comprehensive NMT program in the country. He has delivered clinical application of music at Harvard Medical School, the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, the American Academy of Neurological Surgeons, and Stanford Medical Center.