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    Chroma to provide therapy to STEPS Rehabilitation

    Chroma becomes arts therapy provider to innovative STEPS Rehabilitation facility in Sheffield Chroma has become the official provider of neurologic arts therapy services to an innovative Yorkshire rehabilitation centre for people recovering from neurological and multiple trauma injuries. Sheffield-based STEPS Rehabilitation is a 23 bedroom, state of the art, short-term (up to 12-18 months) residential and day facility that uses as wide … MORE

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    Advancing Healthcare Awards 2018

    Advancing Healthcare Awards 2018 Chroma is sponsoring one of the award categories – the “Realising Potential Through Creativity”. Chroma’s award aims to find and showcase AHPs in England, working in the NHS, local government, the independent or third sectors, who use creative approaches, innovative ways of delivery, collaborative partnerships and cross-modal ways of working to engage patients in their own care and … MORE

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    Therapists Become Neurologic Music Therapists

    Training Success for Chroma! 25 of Chroma’s music therapists became certified as Neurologic Music Therapists (NMTs) on Monday, following a rigorous 4-day training led by Dr Michael and Dr Corene Thaut from Toronto University. In addition, 5 of Chroma’s art and drama therapists also successfully completed the training, becoming the only ones in the UK with this training. Chroma now has the … MORE

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    “Creator of Neurological Music Therapy” to visit UK

    Dr Michael Thaut, widely acknowledged as the “Creator of Neurological Music Therapy” is visiting the UK to deliver a special training course in September. The benefits of music therapy have been recognised for more than 70 years and, in the UK, it is a recognised Allied Health Profession, but Dr Thaut’s work in this area is renowned as having brought a new … MORE

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    Arts Therapies and Neuro Rehab Conference

    In partnership with Bolt Burdon Kemp, ABI Solutions and Chroma, an exciting conference on the arts therapies within neuro-rehabilitation is now open for bookings. The conference highlights how the arts therapies optimise outcomes across assessment, treatment and care. With a hugely diverse and experienced international panel of presenters, conference attendees which include solicitors, barristers, case managers, therapists, family members and interested healthcare … MORE

  • Case Studies:

    Arts therapies improve parent-child interactions

    Recent data from Chroma’s Assessment of Parent-Child Interactions (APCI) shows an average +21.7% improvement in parent-child interactions as a result of working with one of our arts therapists. Adoptive families and their children undertook a pre-therapy APCI, followed by a period of therapy facilitated by one of Chroma experienced team of arts therapists. After the therapy intervention was over, the families did … MORE

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    Role of arts therapy in helping older people to be discussed at legal conference

    The role of arts therapy in helping older people during rehabilitation is to be discussed at a legal conference next month. Daniel Thomas, managing director of Chroma, the UK’s leading national arts therapy provider, is presenting at the event, which is being organised by Irwin Mitchell Solicitors and Hobbs Rehabilitation. He explained: “As the population overall becomes older, the question of how … MORE

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    Blog: How singing along to music could help improve driver safety

    Research from the road safety organistation Safe Motorists found that 66% of traffic fatalities in the US are caused by aggressive driving. But did you know that, if you’re feeling stressed or frustrated by road conditions, singing along to your favourite pop and rock hits behind the wheel could help you drive more safely? There is extensive research showing that singing significantly … MORE

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    Blog: Do you know the importance of keeping your brain healthy?

    Everyone knows the importance of looking after their body – but do you ever think about looking after your brain in the same way? For example, it’s good for your brain function if you have a healthy lifestyle, exercise regularly and eat well, eating a variety of foods making sure the body receives the essential vitamins and minerals it requires. But did … MORE

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    Blog: How music therapy is transforming lives

    Neurological disorders can have a big impact on an individual’s life. They are known as diseases of the brain and can affect different areas depending on the effect of the accident. For example, a young girl who may have been hit by a car could be left with serious damage to the linguistic part of the brain, this is the area that … MORE

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