Older Adult Music Education: Maintain Active Minds and Bodies

We were joined by Dr. Jennifer MacRitchie here with us in the studio to give us some insight about “maintaining active minds and bodies through older adult music education”. She is a Senior Research Fellow in Health and Wellbeing focus around music.

She recently had a  talk on the Pint of Science Event earlier this week around Sydney about the benefit of music education for older adult. Her research focus is to develop educational programmes and technology to enhance music learning for older adults to improve their health and wellbeing.

Dr. Jennifer and her team also running program in her research for those who want to study and participate in learning musical instrument. The participation age group is from 65- 80 year old. You can join her program and participate in learning musical instrument.

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