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1. The American Life Music Council website (the “Website”) herein is intended to be used for general information purposes only, and should not be used to diagnosis, advise or treat any health condition(s). In light of the complex, individual and specific nature of health problems, this Website is not intended to provide or replace professional medical advice, and does not provide any type of medical procedure(s) training of any kind. The concepts, illustrations and depictions on this Website are the intellectual property, trademarks and/or trade secrets of ALMC Holdings and are provided herein as a point of reference only. Any and all parts of the content contained herein the Website should not be used for conducting or supplementing any medical procedure(s), condition, treatment or advice of any kind neither directly or indirectly. You should consult your medical advisor before adopting any concept or content on this Website for use beyond the scope of noting non-medical general information.
2. This Website was created for the American Life Music Council ("ALMC") for general information and member network purposes only, and is intended to available to ALMC members and the general public for information relating to the various elements of integrative palliative music care including but not limited to; talking about music and memories; identify life music listening goals and objectives; creating and facilitating a palliative music care; creating and updating digital music playlists; aiding life music review, and more. In addition to the information provided herein, ALMC does not recommend or endorse any specific persons, tests, products, procedures, process, research, opinions, profit or nonprofit organizations that may otherwise be referenced or linked to throughout this Website at lifemusiccare.org.
3. ALMC provides broad informational based content on concepts related to the natural uses of music in quality of life care, however, no warranty is made that any of the information on the Website will ever be useful or beneficial to the reader or user, and is provided solely at the reader’s or user’s own risk. There is absolutely no assurance that any statement contained or cited herein touching on physical or mental health care matters is true, correct, precise, or up-to-date. The overwhelming majority of this Website is written, in part or in whole, by nonprofessionals. Even if a statement made about physical or mental health care matters is accurate, it may not apply to you or your client’s/patient’s symptoms or situation. The information provided in on the Website is, at best, of a general nature and cannot substitute for the advice of a medical professional (for instance, a qualified doctor/physician, nurse, social worker, therapist, and so on). ALMC is not a doctor, medical group, or team of doctors.
4. American Life Music Council (ALMC) staff do not give personal medical advice or answer personal medical questions. As well, ALMC
(a.) does not endorse or make referrals to ALMC network members including but not limited to physicians, doctors, surgeons, nurses, phycologists, social workers, therapists, geriatric care managers, coordinators, advocates, groups, colleges, doulas, chaplains, consultants and/or volunteers;
(b.) does not make recommendations to individuals seeking healthcare sites, health maintenance organizations, hospitals, home health, hospice, clinics or rehabilitation centers; and
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Thereto, ALMC cannot maintain current information on whether such persons or organizations meet various regulatory requirements and/or professional criteria across the wide variety of healthcare disciplines and geographic regions. You can request such information from public agencies.
CDC Advance Care Planning Course Disclosure Statements
In compliance with continuing education requirements, all presenters must disclose any financial or other associations with the manufacturers of commercial products, suppliers of commercial services, or commercial supporters as well as any use of unlabeled product(s) or product(s) under investigational use.
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Content will not include any discussion of the unlabeled use of a product or a product under investigational use.
CDC did not accept commercial support for this continuing education activity.
The CDC advance care planning course was developed as a collaborative effort of the Healthy Aging Program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Directors of Health Promotion and Education (DHPE), and the Center for Practical Bioethics, and is provided free of charge from CDC’s Healthy Aging Program Web site at https://www.cdc.gov/aging/advancecareplanning/care-planning-course.html.
Music Sharing Terms & Conditions
We are often asked if there are any copyright limitations when transferring music onto a large number of iPods for noncommercial use. The answer is NO, but certain terms and conditions apply.
Please refer to the following verbiage from Apple’s Terms and Conditions. Section (vi) is the key clearance for the palliative music planning and support services. “Unlimited syncing” is based on the following iTunes Terms of Service Usage Rules.
- The term “device” refers to computers or iOS devices, NOT iPods.
- Restrictions on burning refers ONLY to burning CDs or DVDs.
(i) You shall be authorized to use iTunes Products only for personal, noncommercial use.
(ii) You shall be authorized to use iTunes Products on five iTunes-authorized devices at any time, except for Content Rentals (see below).
(iii) You shall be able to store iTunes Products from up to five different Accounts at a time on compatible devices, provided that each iPhone may sync tone iTunes Products with only a single iTunes-authorized device at a time, and syncing an iPhone with a different iTunes-authorized device will cause tone iTunes Products stored on that iPhone to be erased.
(iv) You shall be authorized to burn an audio playlist up to seven times.
(v) You shall not be entitled to burn video iTunes Products or tone iTunes Products.
(vi) iTunes Plus Products do not contain security technology that limits your usage of such products, and Usage Rules (ii) – (v) do not apply to iTunes Plus Products. You may copy, store, and burn iTunes Plus Products as reasonably necessary for personal, noncommercial use.
(vii) You shall be able to manually sync a movie from at least one iTunes-authorized device to devices that have manual sync mode, provided that the movie is associated with an Account on the primary iTunes-authorized device, where the primary iTunes authorized device is the one that was first synced with the device or the one that you subsequently designate as primary using iTunes.
Excerpted from Apple Inc.’s Terms and Conditions, available in full on Apple’s website:
Last updated on August 21, 2020