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SOUND SUPPORT FOR LIVES AFFECTED BY ALS

SOUND SUPPORT FOR LIVES AFFECTED BY ALS

Back to Cambridge with exciting results

After the six weeks of therapy phase in Moscow, I am back to the research headquarters in Cambridge, UK. We’ve got the first objective results on respiratory functions, and I have to admit that it is almost impossible to curb the excitement. Sharing some preliminary results during the conference at Jerome Booth Music Therapy Centre tomorrow – and looking forward to learn about the work of other music therapists from the UK and Europe.

Meanwhile, living through first dorm experience ever, and it looks like this:

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Alisa Apreleva, PhD, MT-BC, NMT

Alisa Apreleva, PhD, MT-BC, NMT

International expert on harnessing the power of live and recorded music to improve people's lives. Certified music therapist, neurologic music therapist. Entrepreneur. Speaker. Performing musician, composer. Educator. Author. Storyteller. Researcher focused on vocal therapy for wellbeing and responsive music environments.

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