Short but sweet article talking about the effects of music therapy and singing on maintaining or even improving swallowing function for people who have Parkinson’s. The possibilities are exciting: improved quality of life and possibly even increased life expectancy!
Published by jenthegiant
I'm a music therapist (Licensed Creative Arts Therapist #593-01) of over 20 years. I have a Psychotherapy Creative Arts practice in Manhattan. I am equally good at treating children and adults, using music to improve motor, social, cognitive, and communication skills. I am a Neurologic Music Therapy Fellow and have been researching the effect of drumming with patients with Parkinson's disease and survivors of stroke. I am passionate about using music to address the whole person, coming from a strength-based and humanistic approach to help clients achieve their goals through joy and fun. View more posts