Aging in Tunes: Bringing the magic of music to seniors with memory loss

San Francisco
Mon, Jun 18, 2018, 5:30 PM (PDT)

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San Francisco

Music can be medicine, and has proven time and again to be effective in use with people living with memory loss, depression, anxiety, and pain.

Join us for a panel discussion on ways to use music with Alzheimer's patients through the organizations Music & Memory (featured in the documentary Alive Inside) and Village Song.

Come learn how to make a playlist that is specially tailored for an elderly loved one as well as how to compose an autobiographical playlist for yourself.  We'll also have a live music activity to demonstrate how music can be used to engage the elderly.

This event is for entrepreneurs, seniors, caregivers, students, musicians, and anyone interested in bringing music to aging loved ones.  Come find out how to incorporate music in both your work with seniors and in your own life in a more meaningful way.  

Light refreshments will be served.

This event is sponsored by Aging2.0 in association with Hanson Bridgett.


LOCATION

Hanson Bridgett LLP, 425 Market Street, 26th Floor, San Francisco, 94105 (cross street: Fremont). Public transportation recommended. BART or MUNI: Embarcadero Station (exit Embarcadero Station through the Beale Street exit).

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE: Contact sanfrancisco@aging2.com for sponsorship options and benefits.

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Advance registration is MANDATORY as this is a secure building. The name you register with MUST match your ID or you will not be allowed past the security desk. No walk in registration allowed. Registration will close April 16 at noon (or sooner if capacity is reached). The registration system will allow you to register only one person at a time. You must create an Aging2.0 account to register, or sign into your existing Aging2.0 account. Forgot your password? There is a Reset Password feature on the LOGIN page.

Aging2.0 San Francisco Chapter is the local chapter of Aging2.0, a global platform on a mission to accelerate innovation to improve the lives of older adults around the world. Chapters bring together innovators in the aging and senior care space, break down industry silos and educate and encourage others to work in the aging innovation industry. Membership is free. Join our email list to receive invitations to upcoming events at www.aging2.com/san-francisco/. Want to be a part of the A2SF volunteer team to help make future events happen? Email Amy for more info.

Hanson Bridgett is a law firm with more than 150 attorneys in offices in San Francisco, Sacramento, the North Bay, the East Bay and Los Angeles. Serving clients since 1958, we are well known in California and have earned a national reputation in many of our practice areas. Our diverse client list includes large national and global companies as well as many governmental entities, regional businesses and individuals. While our offices are located throughout California, our attorneys frequently work on matters that cross domestic and international borders. www.hansonbridgett.com/

Keynote Speakers

  • Lior Tsarfaty

    Lior Tsarfaty

    Village Song

    Musician and Founder

    See Bio
  • Rachel Main

    Rachel Main

    Ray Dolby Brain Health Center

    Family Support Coordinator

    See Bio

When

Monday, Jun 18
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (PDT)

Where

Hanson Bridgett LLP
425 Market Street, 26th Floor San Francisco94105

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