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Opening: Theme Song Making Music Being Well Music: Kenneth Wong 黄耀光 C.A.S.H. Lyrics: Nathan Tsang and Jacqueline Chow

The world is not the same with the love and joy we're sharing Let our worries be yesterday with our voices to colour the days Making music being well The path we're going on is a mystery Making music being well Open your eyes, open your mind, open your heart and be free


Our theme this year is SHARING IN MUSIC THERAPY, and we organized 2 events. 15 June 2013 Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum Disorders & Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders Seminar (In-service)

6 accredited music therapists registered with the Australian Music Therapy Association shared with choral teachers and pre-school music teachers the facts and research of ASD and ADHD, as well as classroom strategies with the use of music in working with children with ASD and/or ADHD.

16June 2013 Case Studies in Music Therapy 10 accredited music therapists registered with the Australian Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and/or the British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) shared with the audience real Music Therapy case studies at their workplace, in raising public awareness of this young allied health profession, and how it makes changes in people’s lives.


Making Music Being Well 2013 Supporting Organizations (in alphabetical order): 1. 2. 3. 4.

Alain Yip Photography Alumni Find32 Hong Kong Folk Yip’s Children’s Choral & Performing Arts Centre

Voluntary accredited Music Therapists included (in alphabetical order): Cat Chau (AMTA, Australia) Carol Cheung (BAMT & HPC, UK) Jacqueline Chow (AMTA, Australia) Kingman Chung (AMTA, Australia) Jenny Lam (AMTA, Australia) Jacqueline Leung (AMTA, Australia) Edmund Ma (AMTA, Australia) Manzoen Mung (AMTA, Australia) Francesca Tam (AMTA, Australia) Pan Pan Wong (AMTA, Australia)


Voluntary Assistants included (in alphabetical order): Eros Chan (Public Relations Officer) Christina Fok (Public Relations Officer) Faidias Hu (Photographer from Alain Yip Photography Alumni ) Dickson Kwok (Information Technology Officer) Christina Lee (Public Relations Officer) Michael Lee (Photographer from Alain Yip Photography Alumni ) Van Lee (Photographer from Alain Yip Photography Alumni ) Michael Tsui (Sponsor & Person-In-Charge of Sound System, HK Folk) Elvis Wong (Information Technology Officer) Jonathan Wong (Photographer from Alain Yip Photography Alumni ) Alex Yu (Information Technology Officer)


Photo taken with members of our supporting organizations at Yip’s Children’s Choral & Performing Arts Centre (YCC) (Left to Right): Michael Tsui (HK Folk), Pan Pan Wong, Eros Chan, Manzoen Mung, Edmund Ma, Cat Chau, Jacqueline Chow, Jacqueline Leung, Christina Fok, Elvis Wong, Shirley Bolen (Supervisor of YCC), Alex Yu


Our Music Therapist team in Event One – Music Therapy and ASD & ADHD Seminar (Left to Right): Pan Pan Wong, Manzoen Mung, Edmund Ma, Cat Chau, Jacqueline Leung, Jacqueline Chow


Our Music Therapist team in Event Two – Case Studies in Music Therapy First Row (Left to Right): Francesca Tam, Cat Chau, Manzoen Mung, Kingman Chung, Edmund Ma Second Row (Left to Right): Pan Pan Wong, Jacqueline Leung, Jacqueline Chow, Carol Cheung, Jenny Lam


Music Therapy and ASD & ADHD Seminar

Poster designed by Sharmie Fan (Find32).


Date: 15 June 2013 Event One: Music Therapy and ASD & ADHD Seminar Supporting organizations: 4 Supporting Registered Music Therapists: 6 Supporting Volunteers: 7 Number of people participated in MMBW event : 80


Introduction to Making Music Being Well

Jacqueline Leung (RMT) shared with the audience the rationale behind MMBW.


Autism Spectrum Disorder

Jacqueline Chow (RMT) shared with the audience the symptoms of ASD, research of ASD & music therapy, and classroom strategies.


Asperger’s Syndrome

Pan Pan Wong(Music Therapy Student, University of Queensland) shared with the audience the symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome, and goals and interventions of Music Therapy for Asperger’s Syndrome.


Music Therapy Case Study – Autism Spectrum Disorder

Manzoen Mung (RMT) shared with the audience his case study of a fiveyear-old child diagnosed with ASD.


Attention DeficitHyperactivity Disorder

Jacqueline Leung(RMT) shared with the audience the symptoms, research, and classroom strategies for ADHD.


Question & Answer Time

The audience actively raised questions relating to working with children with ASD/ ADHD in an inclusion setting.


Closing Song: Canon

Jacqueline Chow (RMT) led the audience to sing two 3-parts canon– All Things Shall Perish & Dona Nobis Pacem.


Audiences’ Feedback Results

More than 96% of the audiences have indicated positive feedback of the Music Therapy and ASD & ADHD Seminar.


Audiences’ Feedback Results

The audience appeared to find our seminar useful in general.


Audiences’ Feedback Results

The audience appeared to find our seminar useful in general.


Audiences’ Feedback Results

The audience showed strong support for future MMBW events.


Case Studies in Music Therapy

Poster designed by Sharmie Fan (Find32).


Date: 16 June 2013 Event Two: Case Studies in Music Therapy Supporting organizations: 4 Supporting Registered Music Therapists: 10 Supporting Volunteers: 7 Number of people participated in MMBW event : 50


Introduction to Making Music Being Well

Jacqueline Leung (RMT) shared with the audience the rationale behind MMBW.


Music Therapy Case Study ONE

Jacqueline Chow (RMT) shared with the audience her Music Therapy Case Studies in a special education setting at Rainbow Centre, Singapore.


Music Therapy Case Study TWO

Francesca Tam (RMT) shared with the audience her Music Therapy case study in the mental health setting at the Providence Garden for Rehabilitation of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council .


Music Therapy Case Study THREE

Cat Chau (RMT) shared with the audience her Music Therapy case study in the aged care setting at Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service.


Music Therapy Case Study FOUR

Jenny Lam (RMT) shared with the audience her Music Therapy case study in a private setting.


Music Therapy Case Study FIVE

Carol Cheung (RMT) shared with the audience her case study of a Music Therapy group in the mental health setting at United Christian Hospital.


Question & Answer Time

The audience actively raised questions for the RMTs related to the case studies presented.


Closing Song: Improvisation on the 12-bar Blues

The audience improvised together with the music therapists on the Blues Scale.


Audiences’ Feedback Results

100% of the audiences have indicated positive feedback of the event – Case Studies in Music Therapy


Audiences’ Feedback Results

The audience appeared to find our event useful in general.


Audiences’ Feedback Results

The audience appeared to find our event useful in general.


Audiences’ Feedback Results

The audience showed strong support for future MMBW events.


Improvisation on Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Our team of music therapists improvising together on TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR


Special Thanks to all supporting organizations, music therapists, sponsors, volunteers and audiences for your support in our 3rd MMBW event in Hong Kong!


We hope MMBW2013 has rekindled your passion in music making. Thanking you once again for your support for active music making, and health and wellbeing in our community.

MMBW 2013 evaluation  

Making Music Being Well Hong Kong, was launched for the third time in June 2013. Our theme this year is SHARING IN MUSIC THERAPY, and we...

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