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Email to AC - 6 Aug 2015

The simplest way of forwarding the pages we discussed is via the BILD navigation page. 

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The reasons for including a BILD page on this website include ....

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There is a link to a piece from your website which begins:

People with learning disabilities

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We discussed - ‘Singing for the brain’ 

In discussing the situation with only a few in the field, the reaction is "  Why are you going to such lengths? 


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Update 6 Aug 

The pages for onward presentation are highlighted in red.  





From the Preamble on the All Pages page here

Adult impairment  

It is appropriate to distinguish between adults who suffer congenital impairment and others who later in life contract dementia, MS etc.  

more here. no return link




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Notes fao CEO 

                  

Possible scope from my point of view.  BILD to add etc

 

5  Focus on age-appropriate interaction - adults with learning disabilities - context of song and music therapy

8  Identify BILD events of possible use to me in the context of my role as carer  

9  Later    Look at ways I can assist or contribute to the work of BILD


Notes fao CEO  - here



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2.1  Songs and music for adults with special needs 

This is the Home page for special needs aspects based on its public page counterpart. 


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2.2  Note to BILD readers 


If, when playing country & western songs I dress as a cowboy, can it be said to be age-inappropriate?


There is a paragraph which makes the point that I am not a health care professional.


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2.3  Related issues 

  1.  Differing levels of comprehension
  2.  Differing levels of mobility
  3.  Beating and tapping
  4.  BT operates a day care centre - only
  5.  Themed sessions
  6. "There's enough provision already"
BT is included at 2, 4, & 5.1

more here

 


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3.1  From the BILD website - People with learning disabilities 

WHAT DO WE ALREADY KNOW about older people with a learning disability and their needs? 

Here are some key facts ((( numbered to aid referencing))):


more here   

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3.2 British Institute of Learning Disabilities page here 

From the BILD website:

BILD is one of the leading learning disabilities organisations in the UK.     etc


The reasons for including BILD on this website         include:

7  Specifically,resources relating to age-appropriate interaction

9  Selecting from the information gained for the benefit of readers with similar interests to mine

 The how and why relating to song and music therapy here 


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The how and why relating to song and music therapy 

  1. How
  2. Why
  3. Adult and older children carees with moderate impairment
  4. Adult and older-child carees with severe learning difficulties
  5. The ways in which Group 2 sessions can be run 



here 

 

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Songs and music for adults with special needs.  A Home page with links.

These songs and music pages for adults with special needs  focus on adults with, mainly, congenital ailments.  None suffer from dementia. 

The adults number an average of eight and come to a day centre on weekdays. 


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Adult impairment  

From the Preamble on the All Pages page here

It is appropriate to distinguish between adults who suffer congenital impairment and others who later in life contract dementia, MS etc. 


more here - no return link

 


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Shades of age-appropriateness 

  1. Preamble
  2. The M O
  3. Shades of age-appropriateness
  4. Rounding up
  5. Relevant pages


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Nordoff Robbins - music therapy charity 

1.5 million people in the UK live with a learning disability. People with a learning disability find it harder than others to learn, understand and communicate. 

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 Age-appropriate support   


The need for people with learning disabilities to live independently, having the same choice, control and protection as all other citizens . . . in terms of the age-appropriate support they receive, is more relevant than ever. 


Speak to a person with a disability as you would speak to anyone else. Speak in an age-appropriate tone. Treat adults as adults 


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