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Mon 6th July
Intergenerational Music Making

Intergenerational Music Making are running an online intergenerational training session on Monday 6th July, open to arts practitioners, care workers, students, community workers, teachers and NHS staff. The aims of the day are below complete with time to network and share best practice.

Who we are?
Intergenerational Music Making is one of the UK’s pioneer of intergenerational music projects using music and art as the catalyst to bridge social divides, build community, expand horizons and open up new perspectives and relationships.

Care to Create is our response to the pandemic, aiming to coordinate and amplify creative efforts to put social connection at the heart of the Covid-19 response, we help mitigate the impacts on the nation’s wellbeing at this time, improve the lives for those who are isolated and facing mental health struggles but also harness the power of strong creative connections for the future.Intergenerational Training via Zoom on July 6th with Intergenerational Music Making.

Connecting generations - connecting communities - connecting across Covid-19 through music and The Arts.

Training day

The training aims to inspire, equip and further embed the use of music and more specifically intergenerational practice in care, health, community and education settings.

The training will offer best practice toolkits for art facilitators and health and education professionals to adapt and utilised both online and offline, during this challenging time. We will also delve into how intergenerational practice, music and creativity can help shape and develop your work for future practices.

Course Duration

10 AM - 12:30 PM with time for networking

Price & How to book

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£25 for Arts facilitators, workshop leaders, volunteers, care staff, community support workers, NHS staff and students.

Aims of the training

· To give practitioners a greater understanding of intergenerational practice and how this can be adopted into your everyday work.

· To share best practice toolkits for online and in person delivery.

· To ensure you are confident in communicating and working creatively with people experiencing Dementia, their carers and young people.

· To help organisations work towards reaching new audiences, creating partnerships and increasing their outreach to community, health and education sectors to make for a more inclusive and integrated delivery.

The training shall be led by

Charlotte Miller, Director of Intergenerational Music Making, Music Therapist

Emily Abbott, Programme Director for Intergenerational Music Making, Community Musician


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