Monthly Archives: February 2015

  • News:

    The Care Quality Commission and NICE’s role in social care

    An interesting video from NICE about using NICE quality standards to guide good quality social care.Click here to watch it via YouTube. In an interview with NICE Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector for Adult Social Care at the CQC, says that using NICE products will help underpin the characteristics of good and outstanding social care services. With more people living longer than ever … MORE

  • Case Studies:

    Early years effectiveness brings families together in 10 week programme

    Chroma facilitated a ten week music therapy programme specifically for families who have a child with a special educational need or a disability. The sessions were held in a children’s centre. Ahmed, a three and a half year old, had a probable diagnosis of autism. The family had support from the county council’s early years portage team, who were helping the family to … MORE

  • News:

    Conference call for papers for ‘Music Therapy and Dementia in the 21st Century’

    Submissions are invited for contributions to this important conference ‘Music Therapy and Dementia in the 21st Century‘, which will be the first in the UK to focus specifically on music therapy and dementia. We are collaborating with Methodist Homes, (MHA), a major employer of music therapists in the UK, and the British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) for the conference, which will open … MORE