The Alzheimer’s Podcast:
Music professional Mary Sue Wilkinson joins the show
Hello, and welcome to episode 8 of The Alzheimer’s Podcast. I’m Mike Good of Together in This.
Welcome back for another podcast where my goal is always to empower you to maintain a positive experience, reduce and eliminate the need for medications, & make your time together with those you care for, the best it can be.
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I’m super excited for today’s show! It’s the first episode where I’m having a special guest join us to share their expertise with you.
You’ve likely heard about the benefits of music in dementia care, but for many of you, including myself, we don’t necessarily know how to incorporate music and maximize its benefits on a daily basis.
That’s why I’ve asked Mary Sue Wilkinson of Singing Heart to Heart, to join us.
If you’ve been following Together in This for a while, then it’s likely you’ve already seen some of Mary Sue’s work. She previously joined me for a 1 hour webinar, and she is a contributing writer for Together in This.
Mary Sue is the founder of Singing Heart to Heart and the Young at Heart Music Program.
She specializes in using music in dementia care, and each year she leads close to 400 music and singing experiences for seniors.
Mary Sue is a career educator, a professional musician and the author of “Songs You Know By Heart: A Simple Guide for Using Music in Dementia Care.”
Mary Sue also works as a trainer and as a keynote speaker, sharing her expertise about the power of music to connect, awaken memories, and bring joy.
- 6 Easy Ways to Take Music from Entertainment to Engagement in Dementia Care – Mary Sue’s instantly popular article she wrote just for the Together in This audience
- How To Ensure Success with Music in Dementia Care – Webinar with Mary Sue
Be sure to visit Mary Sue’s store where you can find additional resources:
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