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APHASIA IS A REALITY!!

LIFE AFTER A STROKE

Brian Garner, Music Therapist Accredited


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67 years old
Guelph
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I am a self-employed, professional Music Therapist Accredited living in Guelph.

I am also an Organist/ Choirmaster at a local Church.

My music therapy practice, 2NS4U MUSIC THERAPY SERVICES, takes me from Guelph to Elmira and Stoney Creek. In these locations and others in between I am working mostly with seniors, dealing with the challenges presented by physical, mental and geriatric disabilities.   I do also work with a number of people with Developmental Disabilities or physical or mental health disabilities.

 I studied Music Therapy at the University of Windsor, interned in New York. I have worked in Southwestern Ontario and this area for a number of years. For seven years, from 1999 to 2006 I worked in Richmond, Texas where I was a Music Therapist and the Music Therapy Coordinator as well as being the Chair of the Cultural Arts Programme Series.

I held organist/ choir director positions in Churches in both New York and Richmond, Texas, twenty-five miles south west of Houston.

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2 Comments

Reply john griffiths
11:16 PM on January 27, 2012 
Yes, I'm doing OK I guess. No paralysis in my body and I'm talking to other people reasonably well but its a bit slow. If you like, we could do a conversation about music by phone. What's your phone number.
Reply john griffiths
5:44 PM on July 25, 2011 
I'm quite musical.I sing tenor in the local choir and I sing solo in our church in Burlington.I read notes not any words because I had my stroke 10 years ago in Burlington in my left brain. Back then I couldn't talk.