CHOIR PARTICIPATION TO IMPROVE WELLBEING AND RELATIONSHIP QUALITY FOR COMMUNITY-DWELLING PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR PRIMARY CARE-GIVERS
Grant number: 1106603 | Funding period: 2016 - 2022
An estimated 300,000 Australians live with dementia and this figure is projected to triple by 2050. Aligning with government priorities to support primary caregivers to care for loved ones at home, this project investigates the effect of choir participation and familiar music for people with dementia and their caregivers. We expect to find evidence that active music participation enhances wellbeing, quality of life, and relationship quality for people with dementia and their caregivers.
Related publications (7)
Making Qualitative Interviews in Music Therapy Research More Accessible for Participants Living With Dementia - Reflections on Development and Implementation of Interview Guidelines
Zara Thompson, Felicity Anne Baker, Imogen Nicola Clark, Jeanette Tamplin
Purpose. This paper reports findings from a project that sought to develop accessible guidelines for including people with dementi..
Empowering Caregivers of People Living with Dementia to Use Music Therapeutically at Home: Design Opportunities
R Carrasco, FA Baker, AA Bukowska, IN Clark, LM Flynn, K McMahon, H Odell-Miller, K Stensaeth, J Tamplin, TV Sousa, J Waycott, T Wosch
Human-computer interaction researchers have explored how to design technologies to support people with dementia (PwD) and their ca..
Remini-Sing: A Feasibility Study of Therapeutic Group Singing to Support Relationship Quality and Wellbeing for Community-Dwelling People Living With Dementia and Their Family Caregivers
Jeanette Tamplin, Imogen N Clark, Young-Eun C Lee, Felicity A Baker
Background: Living at home following a diagnosis of dementia can be difficult for both the person living with dementia (PwD) and t..
Community-Dwelling People Living With Dementia and Their Family Caregivers Experience Enhanced Relationships and Feelings of Well-Being Following Therapeutic Group Singing: A Qualitative Thematic Analysis
Imogen N Clark, Jeanette D Tamplin, Felicity A Baker
The progression of dementia can severely compromise interpersonal connection and relationship quality between people living with d..