While I still have my final practicum to go in the fall, I’m pretty pleased to announce that as of today, I have officially completed all of my required course work for my degree! It has been an incredibly long four years! So, while everyone else in my house is sleeping in, I’m up emptying out the inbox!Continue reading “Summer is here! Another Round~”
The sun is out, the snow is melting, and spring is in the air!
My inbox has been bursting at the seams while I finish off my course work for the term and now that we’ve reached the end, I can finally take some time to share some of the goodies!Continue reading “Spring is in the Air! Evidence-Based Practice and Literary Searches”
Oh boy! A whole bunch of stuff!Continue reading “February 2019 – MishMash & TR Month!”
Good day TR friends! Apologies for such a gap in posts, what a whirlwind the last 6 months have been! Sadly, there have been some opportunities that I had wanted to share, but they have since come and gone – I am still going to post these items, as they may prove to be a connection point for those that are interested in the information.
Wow, what a whirlwind of a month! Like me, can you believe its almost July?!
Well, that means that I should empty out the inbox again… So here is a mash-up of things that I came across and wanted to share:
Good evening TR friends – I’ve got another jam-packed list for you again this month!
Quite often when I come across interesting or relevant information, I email it to myself, thinking, ‘I’ll add that to the blog later’… But when it comes time to add a new post or information, I often struggle with organization and maintaining fresh, up to date, dynamic content. Any bloggers out there who want to offer some friendly advice, I’m all ears!
So today, I’m going to post a LONG one in an attempt to clean out my inbox!
I know, I know… It’s not even really spring yet and here I am talking about October… But you want me to mention this… In my random searches, I came across what will be perhaps the most inspiring set of keynote speakers coming together at one conference, and I figured the world would want to know about it!
1) I don’t have to be musically inclined in order to use aspects of music in care.
2) Every caregiver, professional or not, can implement aspects of music during care (see point #1).
Out of the many, these were my two biggest take-homes from the Level One session.