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Archive for March 2017

ASF Founder To Appear On TV Show Atlanta Tech Edge

On Sunday, April 2nd, ASF Founder Jaye Budd will appear on the Sunday television show Atlanta Tech Edge.  The show airs at 11:30 am on Atlanta’s Local NBC affiliate.  He will speak on how Alchemy Sky brings the healing power of music to our Veterans by leveraging Virtual Reality technology with its local technology partner…

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Shelter From The Storm

“You should check out Nuçi’s Space.”, said Keith Perissi, Director of Kennesaw State’s Music Business Program.  “I’m in.  What’s Nuçi’s Space?” Nuçi Phillips was a student at the University of Georgia.  He came from a great family, played guitar, wrote songs, was deeply sensitive and possessed a sharp wit.  He and his family fought his depression for many…

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Music Therapy & Medicine: A Dynamic Partnership

Music therapist, Dr. Deforia Lane takes you inside University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center to experience first hand the response of patients to music therapy: hear of music’s effects on an unborn child; watch the reaction of a laryngectomy patient; see how therapeutic singing helps a man with stroke to speak again. Dr. Lane shares her…

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The Status of Music Therapy

This thesis provides us with an idea of how Music Therapy is utilized in some Florida assisted living and nursing homes. This provides us with the idea that assisted living centers use and appreciate music therapy’s presence in the facility.

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Fulton Schools Boast Largest Music Therapy Program in the Nation

“Music is the thing that can make the difference,” said Amber Weldon-Stephens, who has made a career of using music to help special-needs students in Fulton County. Clayton County was the only school district in Georgia that offered music therapy when Weldon-Stephens, a 22-year-old University of Georgia graduate, finished her internship in 1990. She hoped…

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