Music Therapy House Calls

Is your loved one a senior with long-term health concerns?
Are you caring for a loved one long-distance and suspect that they need emotional support and companionship?
Do you need support in your role as a caregiver?

If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then you or your loved one might benefit from a Music Therapy House Call.

Music therapy can help the older adult and/or the caregiver:

  • Strengthen the relationship between the older adult and the caregiver
  • Work through emotional issues with support from a trained therapist, without the pressure of “talk therapy”
  • Access positive memories and foster meaningful social interaction
  • Build coping mechanisms for dealing with pain, anxiety, and other discomforts

How we do it:

Singing, listening, playing instruments, supportive music and imagery, music-assisted relaxation training – we help you make your life better through a variety of music experiences, based on your preferences and needs. Check out a full list of music therapy methods here.

We will bring music to your loved one’s home, wherever that may be.

Caregivers are also welcome to participate in music therapy.

Music therapy starts at $55 for a 50-minute session.*

*Mileage charges may apply. Contact Rachelle for more details.

Want to know more?

Contact us through our contact form or by calling (913) 548-7169 for a free telephone consultation. We can set up an assessment visit to determine how music therapy might best benefit you or your loved one.

Not sure about music therapy? A Friendly Musical Visit might be a better fit. Check them out here.

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