Bridgetown Music Therapy is thrilled to share that our members now have access to 40 individual holiday-themed songs! We focused on creating videos of well-known, classic Christmas music including “White Christmas,” “O Holy Night,” and “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” These iconic Christmas songs are perfect for older generations. If you’re ready for you and your residents or care recipients to enjoy high quality music programming, now is the perfect time to join our community.
Begin your free trial today and you’ll gain immediate access to our extensive video library of engaging songs and classes catered to older adults, including the bonus holiday content!
Additionally, we’re giving new members free Amazon gift cards for life! Sign up now, and you’ll receive a $50 Amazon gift card in the mail every 90 days for the life of your membership.
If you would like to give the gift of music this holiday...
In August, we had the pleasure of being a guest on the All Home Care Matters podcast and YouTube channel. All Home Care Matters features resources, tips, and discussion on important age-related topics to help families navigate long-term care matters. Their YouTube channel has an extensive collection of videos which provides all kinds of information to family caregivers and answers to commonly-asked questions. In my interview with them, I shared about the power of music and how music therapy can be utilized in senior care. If you’d like to watch it, click here.
If you and your loved one enjoy music, but you’re unsure how to utilize it as a meaningful activity at home, we've got some ideas for you! Music is a wonderful tool for connection and engagement. Think of it like a vitamin—a little bit everyday does wonders to nourish the heart, body, mind and soul. Music can be a daily activity for you and your loved one.
Sing – Even if you don’t describe yourself as a “singer,” we each have a voice and can use it to sing. Did you know the activity of singing has a ton of benefits? In many ways, singing is similar to exercise. It’s an aerobic activity, so it gets more oxygen into the blood leading to better circulation which can cause improved mood. Singing causes the release of endorphins, which give us that wonderful “lifted” feeling often resulting in stress relief. Also, because singing requires deep breathing, a natural result is often reduced anxiety.
It's as simple as turning on a song...