Musicians, magic and more make Halloween a treat for kids at UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital
Halloween didn ’t skip a beat atUCLA Mattel Children ’s Hospital, where patients, family and staff celebrated the holiday during the hospital ’s annual parade.Kids in costume giggled their way through the hospital halls, trick-or-treated at candy stations, watched a magician performing magic tricks, and snapped pictures with the Laker Girls. A variety of departments across UCLA Health pitched in to assemble the candy stations.Spirit Halloween donated costumes to pediatric patients, like 9-year-old Austin, whose costume came together just in the nick of time.Weeks ago, Austin decided to dress up as a character from the video game Fortnite, which he loves. But everywhere Austin and his family went looking for the costume, it was sold-out. The Spirit Halloween team jumped into action and spent weeks searching for the elusive costume at different stores. After a long search, the team found one and had it overnight-shipped. A Spirit Halloween representative then came to the hospital and delivered the costume to Austin, who was delighted to get it just in time for the hospital parties.TheChase Child Life Program organized the Halloween celebration at UCLA Mattel Children ’s Hospital, ensuring that all children in the hospital who wanted to could experience some Halloween fun. The hospital’s music therapy team serenaded the patients during the festivities.Megan Pike, a child life specialist at the hospital, constructed a “robot” mounte...
Verify Flash Player by visitinghttps://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html. For support, please contact the NIH IT Service Desk at (301) 496-4357 The annual J. Edward Rall Cultural Lecture Ms. Fleming's presentation, " Music and the Mind, " will consist of her opening remarks followed by a conversation with NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins. Topics will include Ms. Fleming's advocacy for music therapy and her role in the NIH-Kennedy Center " Sound Health " partnership.Air date: 5/13/2019 1:00:00 PM
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(Taylor&Francis Group) The first episode of new podcast series, How Researchers Changed the World, delves deeper into the importance of music therapy for people with dementia, telling the story behind Dr. Orii McDermott's ground-breaking research on this subject.
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