dance for all curriculum introduction

dance for all curriculum introduction Dance For All Curriculum Introduction In this short videos, founder Kathy Cass MA, BC-DMT, NCC, CYT, E-RYT 500, and director, Hilary Kern MA, AT, CYT, introduce the Dance for All (DFA) curriculum, which was originally designed for teens and adults with developmental disabilities, and has since been adapted for elementary . . . Learn More

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013 (9 of 18)

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013: (9 of 18) On the Edge of Chaos: Finding Flow and Resilience through Creativity and the Arts (04/07/13) On The Edge Of Chaos Conference 2013: Research Panel, part three, features Dr. Debra Malmberg, PhD, BCBA-D, and her presentation on autism. related videos On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013: Drum . . . Learn More

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013 (8 of 18)

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013 (8 of 18) On the Edge of Chaos: Finding Flow and Resilience through Creativity and the Arts (04/07/13) On The Edge Of Chaos Conference 2013: Research Panel, part two, features Dr. Ted Hutman, PhD, and his presentation on autism. related videos On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013: drum circle . . . Learn More

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013 (17 of 18)

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013 (17 of 18) On the Edge of Chaos: Finding Flow and Resilience through Creativity and the Arts (04/07/13) On The Edge Of Chaos Conference 2013: Creative Arts Therapies Panel, part three, features Dr. Pam Dunne and Claire Wren’s video clips on the utilization of drama therapy games in . . . Learn More

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013 (16 of 18)

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013 (16 of 18) On the Edge of Chaos: Finding Flow and Resilience through Creativity and the Arts (04/07/13) On The Edge Of Chaos Conference 2013: Creative Arts Therapies Panel, part three, features Dr. Pam Dunne and Claire Wren’s video clips on the utilization of drama therapy games in . . . Learn More

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013 (15 of 18)

On the Edge of Chaos Conference 2013 (15 of 18) On the Edge of Chaos: Finding Flow and Resilience through Creativity and the Arts (04/07/13) On The Edge Of Chaos Conference 2013: Creative Arts Therapies Panel, part three, features Dr. Pam Dunne and Claire Wren’s video clips on the utilization of drama therapy games in . . . Learn More

Beat the Odds: Classroom Experience Testimonial

Beat the Odds: Classroom Experience Testimonial 6th Grade teacher Mr. Soqui of the Newhall School District in Santa Clarita Valley, CA, gives an impromptu testimonial regarding his class’s experience and outcomes with the program, Beat the Odds: Social and Emotional Skill Building Delivered in a Framework of Drumming. Beat the Odds Teacher Trainings are offered . . . Learn More

Dance/Movement Therapy for Hospitalized Kids

Lori Baudino, PsyD, BC-DMT is a licensed clinical psychologist and board-certified dance/movement therapist who brought the first dance/movement therapy programs to Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles through funding by The Andréa Rizzo Foundation (for Dréa’s Dream pediatric dance therapy programming). Click here to view a TED-style talk by Dr. Baudino describing the . . . Learn More

Music Improves Behavior and Memory in Alzheimer’s Patients

The UCLA Tunes for Alzheimer’s Patients program provides music to residents of nursing homes to improve memory and behavior, such as depression, apathy, agitation frustration, poor eating, and difficulty sleeping.   This program is a collaboration between the Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research at UCLA and a national nonprofit organization, Music & . . . Learn More

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