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Music and Speech & Language Therapy: The benefits of using music and working with Neurologic Music Therapists

Music and Speech & Language Therapy: The benefits of using music and working with Neurologic Music Therapists

Apex Ability Ltd.

London, United Kingdom

London, UK (November 2018)


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Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm


Date: Saturday 24th November 2018


Location: Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton Hotel, 130 Tottenham Court Road, London

Near Euston and King's Cross stations.

Closest tube: Warren Street


Workshop Fee: £100 (£90 before 12th October)


Lunch and morning/afternoon tea included


No musical skills required!


Please contact to register and arrange payment.


Presenters:  Claire Bolton van Weert and Rosie Axon




·Learn how music can support communication skills in adults/children (including speech/language development, literacy, autism/social communication, developmental disabilities, voice, fluency, cochlear implants, stroke/aphasia, brain injuries dementia and neonatal dysphagia)

· Understand how Music Therapists and Speech & Language Therapists / Speech Pathologists work collaboratively

· Learn about Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT)

· Gain practical skills

· Expand professional networks 


Claire Bolton van Weert is a generalist Australian-trained Speech Pathologist / Speech and Language Therapist / Life Coach with clinics on Harley Street (London, UK) and Chesham (Buckinghamshire, UK).  She is the Founder of Apex Ability Limited and currently leads a team of Speech & Language Therapists.  Her previous experience includes NSW Health (Australia) and NHS (UK).   


2017 Winner of the (British) Best Business Women Awards:

Best Business Woman in Health & Wellness 


2017 Finalist of the (British) Best Business Women Awards:

Best Customer Service


A Churchill Fellowship allowed Claire to travel to Canada/U.S.A. to learn how music/singing within speech and language therapy can improve communication skills. She has received additional training from The Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy (The Netherlands).  Claire works closely with Chiltern Music Therapy (the UK's largest team of Neurologic Music Therapists), supporting both adults and children with a broad range of communication needs.


Claire has been running popular workshops for Speech & Language Therapists/Music Therapists in London UK, with invitations to also share her skills/knowledge with colleagues in Birmingham, Belfast and more recently, Brisbane (Australia).  


In March 2017 Claire (SLT) and Elizabeth Nightingale (NMT) were invited to present at the Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice Conference (UK).  In February 2018 Claire was invited to present alongside Chiltern Music Therapy at the British Association of Music Therapy conference.  In May 2018 Claire presented in Australia with Rebecca Eager (Vice President of the Australian Music Therapy Association and Australian representative on the International Council of Neurologic Music Therapy).  




Rosie Axon founded and is Managing Director at Chiltern Music Therapy, an award-winning social enterprise and the largest provider of specialist Neuro and Medical Music Therapy services across the UK, as well as providing Music Therapy in the community, care homes, schools and NHS trusts in the South East of England. Rosie previously worked as a Music Therapist at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability and with the NHS Community and Forensic Team in Hertfordshire. She specialises in providing Music Therapy to infants, children and adults with brain injury and neuro-disability. Rosie is a certified Neurologic Music Therapist, one of only two Neonatal Intensive Care Music Therapists in the UK and a certified MATADOC assessor (Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness). 



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