Developing a digital music program for older adults with changing cognition: A program development report
Background/Objective: To describe the adaptation of an in-person music program for older adults with memory loss to a digital format.
Participants: Members of a community wellness program and its music instructor.
Methods: Program development utilizing the Developing Complex Interventions Framework.
Results: The initial digital music program was acceptable to the instructor and could be issued with fidelity.
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