POST STROKE VOCAL TRAINING
Thu (10 Sessions) Sep 08 - Dec 15 | 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Singing is a valuable tool for wellness for stroke survivors. Explore a range of techniques to strengthen breath control, facial muscles, vocal control, and improve posture in this 30 minute course. This class offers singing exercises that help strengthen vocal flexibility, articulation, and volume for people who live with Aphasia and offers opportunities for stroke survivors to explore connections between their voice, breath, and cognitive health. For more information, contact Victoria at 514-734-1779.
Victoria McNeill (MMus, MTA) has been working as an accredited music therapist since 2014. Victoria began her professional career providing music therapy services as part of the Cummings Centre's many memory care groups. Since that time, the services at the Cummings Centre have grown to include a broad range of programs in the social services department as well as a range of therapeutic and educational music programs. In addition to her music therapy work, Victoria is also an accomplished classical musician, with degrees in classical French horn performance from Memorial University and McGill University. During her time as a music therapist, Victoria has worked with individuals aged 2 to 102 and has served individuals with a wide array of abilities.
- COURSE CODE: ADPF-165
- LOCATION: ONLINE, Montreal, Quebec
- LANGUAGE: Bilingual
- INSTRUCTOR: VICTORIA MCNEILL
- MATERIALS PROVIDED: Yes