Book review: “Active Ageing with Music: Supporting Wellbeing in the Third and Fourth Ages” (Andrea Creech, Susan Hallam, Maria Varvarigou & Hilary McQueen) – Reviewed by Clare Monckton

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Active Ageing with Music: Supporting Wellbeing in the Third and Fourth Ages (Andrea Creech, Susan Hallam, Maria Varvarigou & Hilary McQueen)

Reviewed by Clare Monckton

 

active ageing

Title: Active Ageing with Music: Supporting Wellbeing in the Third and Fourth Ages | Authors: Andrea Creech, Susan Hallam, Maria Varvarigou & Hilary McQueen | Year: 2014 | Publisher: Institute of Education Press | Pages: 184 | ISBN: 978-1-782770-29-9

 

Biography

Clare Monckton qualified with a MA in Music Therapy from Roehampton University in 2009. She has worked full-time for MHA Care Group since 2010 as part of the music therapy service, providing music therapy in care homes for older adults with dementia. Clare has recently presented at the World Congress of Music Therapy in Austria (2014) and is currently Dementia Network Coordinator for the British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT).

Email: clare.monckton@mha.org.uk