Canadian Music Therapy Fund |Charity of the Month
The Canadian Music Therapy Fund (CMTF) wishes to create access to music therapy for all Canadians who need it.
They bring music therapy to rural, urban and remote communities. Their work brings music programs to people on the autism spectrum, and to those living with Alzheimer’s disease. Further, they engage those challenged by anxiety and depression. CMTF also reaches people rehabilitating speech or motor skills, as well as those needing pre- and post-natal care. And they don’t stop there. Living with a brain injury? They can help!
CMTF does this by awarding grants, scholarships and fellowships to innovative certified music therapists. As a result, these therapist are then empowered! They use their talents and skill to make music therapy accessible close to home.
Work that matters
The Science is in: music therapy works. That said, music therapy is not a widely recognized form of therapy. Private insurance and government programs do not typically fund such care. This means that if you can’t pay for it, you cannot access it.
Music therapy helps us to move and communicate. It helps us to cope, and to better understand ourselves. It can even inspire us to reach our full potential. CMTF wants to make music therapy available to anyone who needs it.
Together, they are transforming lives. With your support, access to music therapy for all Canadians is possible!
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