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Capturing how care home residents respond to participatory music sessions

Julian West explains how he has introduced a novel method of data capture to Music for Life 360 sessions in care home settings.

Julian West explains how he has introduced a novel method of data capture to Music for Life 360 sessions in care home settings.

In this step you will hear Julian explain how he hopes that data gathered during these sessions will help to inform future research in various disciplines into how individuals who are withdrawn or unresponsive as a result of living with advance dementia, are able to demonstrate their desire to contribute creative sessions.

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Dementia and the Arts: Sharing Practice, Developing Understanding and Enhancing Lives

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