Our Services Are Simple
Our program works like a subscription service. At sign up, you’ll get immediate access to this month’s classes, which are hosted on our website for ease of use. You can play these videos an infinite number of times, getting hours of planned activities. They can be used both individually or in groups—either way works. Each new weekly video is posted to the member area every Monday. Access to our program is unlimited—simply log on any time to view classes.
Bridgetown Music Therapy video classes make for an interactive, engaging experience that includes singing, movement and relaxation. Music varies week to week. Song lyrics appear on screen as subtitles, and we provide printable lyrics with each video as well. All video classes are planned and facilitated by a licensed and board-certified music therapist. Cost is $100/month.
• Loneliness • Isolation • Depression • Agitation • Forgetfulness • Declining health • Physical limitations • Loss • Fatigue • Weakness •
These are some of the issues aging adults deal with daily. Music is powerful and can uniquely touch the lives of individuals living with disease, disability, aging issues, limited social contact or other limitations. Music has so many intrinsic benefits. It can connect people and spark joy. Music is fun and engaging. It's a natural motivator for the mind and body. Music is good for the soul!
We love making a difference in the lives aging adults whether they are living in a care community, group home, on their own or with loved ones. We’re passionate about improving older adults’ quality of life through the intentional use of music. Our goal is to make participation in music-based activities fun, easy and incredibly accessible though our recreational music video classes!
Intended Use of Services
Video classes are intended for use with residents of senior living and care communities. Each client account shall be used for one facility location or household only. If a facility has multiple levels of care on site, access may be shared by all (e.g. a facility has both Assisted Living and Memory Care located at the same address). However, an account may not be used or shared by multiple facilities or individuals (e.g. communities having the same parent or corporate company). Each facility location must have their own account.