We need innovative programs that stay within the budget
Music Therapy is both cost effective and patient centered. It can help your bottom line while simultaneously increasing your level of patient care.
We need to attract new leads and clients
Companies that implement music therapy programs and include it in their marketing typically enjoy a 3-6% increase in the Average Daily Census within the first year.
We need to increase patient satisfaction
In a survey of businesses providing music therapy in Utah, 100% responded that their music therapy program increases patient and customer satisfaction.
New to Music Therapy?
If you’re new to music therapy, you may be wondering “what is it? What does it look like? And who can it help?”
Simply put, music therapy helps strengthen relationships, lengthen attention span, work through emotions, and even improve communication.
And we do it all with music.
What Our Clients Are Saying:
“As a result of music therapy, my son is now more outgoing and willing to participate. He has improved a lot.”
I contribute music therapy to have impacted my son’s growth cognitively, speech, and socially. He is able to do higher level thinking tasks (ex. puzzles). He is more verbal and although he doesn’t perform signs by himself he does understand them when shown to him. Music therapy has given him other peers to watch and learn alongside with who have become friends. I am so thankful for the opportunity to have access to this resource.
“We are so fortunate to have found Harmony Music Therapy for our six year old son, Max. After a detailed assessment of Max’s interests and needs, his team put together a wonderful program for him where he learns, listens, participates and reaches set goals. Coupled with his other therapies, we find music therapy to be a vital and necessary part of meeting Max’s sensory needs and his overall love of music. We adore his therapists, they’re personable, professional and fill our home with wonderful music and singing. We are incredibly grateful to Jaycie and her amazing therapists!”
Vital and Necessary
One of the best part of my week is listening to Cassie and my daughter working in the living room. My daughter loves the singing and using the different instruments that Cassie brings. She doesn’t even realize that she is working. She also enjoys bringing the little bag of instrument that she has chosen to the lesson.
Doesn’t Realize She’s Working
They have done so much for my son and have taught me how to care for him and teach him new things. They have had a lot of patience for my son and have taught me to be persistent with him. I have learned a lot since he is my first child and there is a lot I don’t know. Thank you for having programs like these!
Done So Much
“He is more social, follows directions much better, and will now hold objects for very long periods of time without throwing it or giving it away.”
How can music therapy enhance your existing program, attract new clients, improve the quality of services, and increase customer and patient satisfaction?
Many parents feel concerned about their child’s social, emotional and behavioral development. We use music to overcome these challenges and help the child succeed.