10 December 2020
A new resource is now available on the BDSRA Australia website: ‘The potential role of music to enhance the lives of children and young people with NCL (Batten disease)’. This downloadable report is the result of a 3-year research project undertaken by the Applied Music Research Centre at the University of Roehampton (UK), investigating the potential role of music to enhance the lives of children and young people with Batten disease.
To read the report, head to our Resources page at https://bdsraaustralia.org/resources.
We would like to acknowledge and thank the authors and University of Roehampton (UK) for permitting the inclusion of this resource on our site.