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    Online therapy continues to support clients during rehabilitation

    Delivering online arts therapy sessions to clients with brain injuries throughout the pandemic has been a resounding success and in certain circumstances, going forward, will continue to be used complementary to face-to-face sessions, according to Chroma, the UKs leading national provider of arts therapies. Over the last 12 months, Chroma has had to adapt their therapy sessions to successfully deliver Neurologic Music … MORE

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    Early Neurologic Music Therapy intervention critical for young people with brain injuries

    The role of Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT) becomes even more critical for young children starved of oxygen at birth as evidence shows the injured brain can recover function, according to Chroma. A child’s brain structure changes as a result of illness or injury and research shows that the injured brain can recover function and the ability to respond to music can remain … MORE

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    Chroma continues successful partnership at Voyage Care for third consecutive year

    Chroma, the UK’s leading national provider of arts therapies, continues its successful Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT) project at Voyage Care homes for its third consecutive year. Voyage Care is a sector-leading provider, with over 30 years’ experience of specialist care and support. They support over 3,500 people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries and other complex needs across the UK. They have … MORE

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    World first sees Emergency Workers get in sync to aid mental health

    The Blue Light Symphony Orchestra (BLSO), in collaboration with Chroma, has started delivering Music Therapy to 3 groups of emergency workers in a ground breaking project to help them recover from traumatic experiences. Last year, BLSO was awarded £10,000 funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, to pay for group Music Therapy sessions for frontline … MORE

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    North Devon School Pathfield secures partnership with Chroma for full Arts Therapies program

    By Lucy Collings Pettit, Neurologic Music Therapist, Chroma In September 2020, building upon successful existing music therapy provision, Pathfield School in North Devon introduced a full arts therapies service within their school in partnership with Chroma. The Chroma team consists of a neurologic music therapist, an art therapist and a drama therapist. This is the first partnership where Chroma has been fully … MORE

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    STEPS Rehabilitation extends contract with Chroma to provide music therapy services

    Sheffield-based STEPS Rehabilitation has extended its contract with Chroma, the UK’s leading provider of arts therapies, to provide music therapy services for a further 12 months. Family-owned, 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 a range of therapies to support rehabilitation for clients. The contract increases Chroma’s … MORE

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    Chroma to provide music therapy support at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire

    Chroma, the UK’s leading provider of arts therapies, is to start a new six-month neuro-rehabilitation project at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire, Preston. Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire is a purpose-built, state of the art neurological care centre based in Eastway, which provides specialist neurological care, rehabilitation and support to people living with neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s and … MORE

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    Now is the time to apply for the Advancing Healthcare Awards 2021 Chroma award for Innovation in Neurorehabilitation

    The Chroma award for Innovation in Neurorehabilitation aims to find and showcase AHPs including creative arts therapists in England, working in neurorehabilitation settings in the independent, NHS or third sectors. These AHPs will use innovative clinical, commissioning and treatment partnerships to create approaches and ways of working which deliver innovation in neurorehabilitation, especially during the Covid pandemic. The award seeks to champion … MORE

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    Chroma’s counselling support pilot project with Relate a resounding success

    Chroma, the UK’s leading national provider of arts therapy services, partnered with Relate, the leading relationships charity in England and Wales, to deliver additional counselling for adoptive parents whose children were already accessing Chroma’s creative arts therapies via the Adoption Support Fund. The pilot, which offered counselling support to families as they adjusted to life post-adoption, initially ran for six months, but … MORE

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    Benefits of collaborative working with children post Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy wins the Chroma Award for Excellence in Neurorehabilitation at the AHA Awards 2020

    Neurologic Music Therapist Jonathan Fever and Specialist Paediatric Physiotherapist Claire Edwards have won the ‘The Chroma Award for Excellence in Neurorehabilitation’ at the Advancing Health Awards 2020.   Based at the Portland Hospital, HCA Healthcare, ‘Benefits of collaborative working with children post Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy’ won the coveted award for their collaborative project working with children Post-Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy. Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy … MORE

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