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Get your official Music Has Power™ T-Shirt!
This short sleeve unisex tee comes in S / L / XL.
Music Has Power™ Cap
These 100% cotton Music Has Power™ unisex Caps come in khaki and have a red IMNF logo embroidered on the front. Adjustable tab in the back - one size fits all.
IMNF Logo Pin
Wear the Music Has Power™ lapel pin and show your support for the IMNF. Comes in red.
IMNF Logo Decal
Show your support for the IMNF through this Music Has Power™ window decal, with adhesive on the front for display inside the window. (Size 4 x 3.5, Clear Static Clung Vinyl)
Music Has Power™ Mousepad
Get connected to the Institute for Music and Neurologic Function with this 8" diameter, 1.5mm (1/16") thickness fabric surface Music Has Power™ mouse pad with natural heavy duty rubber base.
Optimal Wellness for Every Body - Guided Meditation, Music Therapy Relaxation & Gentle Yoga
Music Therapy and the practice of Yoga are a perfect combination. The process invites you to be brought into a deep relaxing state of conciousness that affects the body, mind, and spirit. The potential for optimal wellness is evident. The fusion of music and yoga therapy creates a deep enhancing experience. Improvised Music Therapy allows for the emergence of personal images, associations and emotions to surface, which can be helpful in a process of healing and integration. Yoga invites you to integrate mind, body, and spirit through this ancient practice of breathing, meditating, and stretching. People of all abilities and ages can use this recording. It requires: awareness, practice, and discipline.
Clinical Applications of Music in Neurologic Rehabilitation
The papers in the book are based on proceedings of the "Clinical Applications of Music and Neurologic Rehabilitation" conference sponsored by CenterLight Health System Health Services in March 1993. Dr. Oliver Sacks has for the first time written specifically about "Music and the Brain." Concetta Tomaino presents examples of how music can stimulate seemingly lost motor and cognitive function through activation of alternative neural networks.
Rhythmic Activities for Everyday Care: A Dementia Care Video Training Guide
This DVD and companion booklet are designed to provide instruction on how to develop and lead a therapeutic rhythm program that can engage and soothe people with dementia and tap into the potential for communication that they still have. It teaches classic rhythm techniques while offering several examples of rhythmic activities. It can also serve as an activity in itself, for it follows the course of a 20-minute therapeutic rhythm group from beginning to end. This program was created by the Institute for Music and Neurological Function, a member of CenterLight Health System and made in partial fulfillment of a grant through the New York State Department of Health, Dementia Grant Program. It is intended for educational use by caregivers in dementia care settings.
Keep On Moving: Music for Therapeutic Rhythmic Activities
This CD recording, with music we recommend to help facilitate therapeutic rhythmic activities, is a follow-up to our "Rhythmic Activities for Everyday Care" DVD, The first five tracks are to familiarize the listener with the styles of music and the interpretations of songs. Tracks six through fifteen are for active participation. They are in the order of percussion alone, followed by the song without percussion. This allows the caregivers/facilitators to get an idea of what percussion rhythms can be played over the song. The percussion tracks also allow time to pass out instruments to the clients. Once the group has been given their instruments and have been playing along to the percussion tracks, they will be ready to add their own percussive flavor to the song.