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Music Therapy Symposium: Music, Health, Wellbeing and the NDIS

The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and the National Music Therapy Research Unit invites music therapists, disability service providers, community music and people with disabilities and their families, to join this Music Therapy Symposium discussing the impact of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

The introduction of the NDIS potentially brings dramatic changes to the funding of music services for the purposes of health and wellbeing.  

The purpose of this Symposium is to gather experts in music therapy, disability and community music as well as music participants who have experienced the power of music in order to discuss the various ways to continue the music services under NDIS. 

The Symposium will comprise of a number of presentations from leading researchers, as well as performances and discussion forums.

When: Friday 2 September, 9.00am - 5.00pm

Where: G08 Theatre, Law School Building, 185 Pelham Street, Carlton, University of Melbourne

Registration Fee: Concession $25 / Full $60 (plus booking fee)

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