Stay up late: Self-advocacy and Nightlife for People with Learning Disabilities
Stay Up Late are a Brighton based charity that create ways for people with learning disabilities to go out and enjoy nightlife.
A safe place to have fun with no judgement: Talibah Rivers tells us what it means to lead a Tuneless Choir
Maria Passingham interviews Talibah Rivers, a professional singer who started tuneless choirs to improve community wellbeing through singing
Interview with Andreas Rosenboom, Music Therapist
Andreas shared some stories and bits of advice that come from working as a music therapist.
Interview: Dr. Margaret Lobo, Otakar Kraus Music Trust
We sat down with Dr. Margaret Lobo, founder of the Otakar Kraus Music Trust to find out how she was inspired to work with others to find their voice.
, Best Mistake
, Children and Young People
, Citizen-led Action
, Community Development
, Community Engagement
, Mental Health
Otakar Kraus Music Trust
The Otakar Kraus Music Trust's work with children and adults with learning difficulties teaches us how to listen to stories that don't always use words.
Music is a language we all understand
We've been thinking about harnessing the power of music in our work and we gave it a try by building a collaborative playlist at a recent event.