Love Songs and Tears

Happy Valentines Day! 
  
It’s the week for love songs! Often these songs are highly emotional and linked to some of our deepest memories. For that reason, I encourage you to be ready to listen. You will no doubt hear some…

Cultural Humility vs Cultural Competence

By Rachelle Norman, Soundscaping Source - Guest Blogger

I’ve written several posts now about connecting as caregivers with older adults who are from different cultural backgrounds than our own. This is a big task, and as I wrote before…

Ruth and the Chocolate Covered Cherries

The holiday season often finds us visiting loved ones and friends, young and old. Sometimes it can seem like an effort to fit those visits in. We may even wonder if they are worthwhile. I hope today's recollection from my…

This Present Won't Fit in a Box. And it's for you.

This will be my first Christmas as a Grandma. Leon will be 8 months old! My own son, his dad, never knew my mom, his Grandma. She died 6 weeks after he was born, but not before she got to…

Information is power. And we're together in this . . .

November is National Caregivers Month. Let’s face it. The journey of caregiving is a challenging one. Most people are learning as they go, on their feet, in stolen moments. That is why this week I want to call your attention…

I Got Rhythm!

Are you ready for a bite sized mini training that will liven up your music experiences?   
  
You’re in luck! 
  
This week’s short video is one of five in a training series available on my website and on the Singing Heart

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