As a MUSIC & MEMORY℠ Certified Care Organization, you know how personalized music is enabling those with dementia and other cognitive challenges to reconnect to the world. Now you can take the benefits of Music & Memory a step further, to help your clients achieve positive outcomes during rehabilitation therapy sessions.
To participate, your organization needs to be at least 90 days post MUSIC & MEMORY℠ Certification, with your program up and running.
This two-part webinar, designed specifically for Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Speech and Language Pathologists, will teach you how to use personalized music playlists to improve client outcomes for a variety of real life challenges, drawn from the field:
- Lack of engagement
- Unmanaged behaviors
- Multiple medical complexities
- Extensive pain needs
Developed in partnership with Music & Memory and taught by experienced practitioners, the webinar covers both the neurophysiological basis for Music & Memory’s powerful program and a wide range of therapy applications for various populations, as well as documentation.
Cost: $450 per rehabilitation department team.
Upcoming Dates: May 23 & 30; July 18 & 25; September 19 & 26; November 21 & 28, 1-2pm EST.
Be a step ahead and ready for upcoming payment changes based on medical complexities and outcomes.
Meet Your Instructors
Jan Bays, PT
Jan has worked in acute care, home health and long term care. She has served in a variety of roles, including treating therapist, rehabilitation director, clinical specialist and clinical director. She is an advocate of Culture Change and believes that skilled therapy and person-directed care go hand-in-hand. Jan supports the innovative use of technology to create the engagement, facilitation and challenge necessary to achieve expected outcomes in therapy. She earned her BS in Physical Therapy from Indiana University.
Natalie Scott, MA, CCC-SLP
A clinical specialist for Creative Health Solutions, Natalie has worked in a variety of settings including the public school system, acute care and long-term care. Since transitioning into long-term care in 2002 with Creative Health Solutions, she has worked as a treating therapist and regional manager, and now serves as a clinical specialist. Natalie understands that by providing a person-centered therapy program focused on function and comprehensive individualized needs, rehabilitation departments exceed in both clinical and operational growth. She received her BA in Audiology and Speech Science from Michigan State University and her MA in Communication Disorders from Southeast Missouri State University.
“Presented really well, very concise with lots of information.”
—Melissa Cole, Oakwood Village, Madison, Wisconsin