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Marywood music therapy students present show


February 20. 2013 12:33AM
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Students from Marywood University Music Therapy Program recently performed at Allied Services in the annual Christmas show and Passion play with clients of vocational day services for severely and profoundly developmentally disabled. Students from this program will work throughout Allied Services Integrated Health System in 2013 with residents with Alzheimer's and other disabling conditions at Allied Services Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center, residents of Allied Terrace Personal Care Facility, Allied Services Rehab Hospital and the dePaul School for Children with Dyslexia. Participants, from left, first row, are Stephanie Coppola and Casie Esposito. Second row: Lois Yeust; Sarah Yeust; Joanna Strefeler; Anna Rennekamp; Cheryl Ellsworth, music therapist, Marywood University; and Bryce Cline. Third row: Bob Ames, vice president, Community Services; and Bill Conaboy, president and chief executive officer, Allied Services.




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