Music therapy in end of life care brings a range of benefits from reduced anxiety to increased feelings of closeness and spiritual support. Much research on the topic has surfaced in the past two decades. Here are some of the highlights. Examples of Research in Music Therapy in End of Life Care Hilliard, RE (2003)…
Due it’s clinical effectiveness, ability to touch deep emotions, and power to comfort and heal in end of life care, music therapy can attract new referrals to your hospice company. The inclusion of music therapy as a standard of care for hospice companies across the United States is growing. When effectively implemented and marketing, music therapy..
In a recent survey of 25 businesses providing music therapy in Utah, 95% responded that their music therapy program increases patient and customer satisfaction. 95%. That’s a pretty solid response for a survey of such a wide variety of providers. These survey respondents serve a wide variety of clients including those with brain injury, children with medical needs,..
Find out how a quality music therapy program can make your business stand out over the competition. I can personally attest to the fact that 90% of the time when someone hears the term “music therapy”, and that it is something that I do for a living, they perk up with curiosity. Most people are..
Music Therapy is not only an innovative and high quality service, but is also cost effective. In this day and age, the first item a business considers with a new program is the $ amount. Will it fit into the budget? Where will the funds come from to pay for this program? For many companies, including those..
Music therapy is a powerful tool in helping people connect. From children to older adults, it can make all the difference. One of my favorite parts about being a music therapist is seeing the people with whom I work begin to connect with others in meaningful ways. I use music to address a wide..