Our services are simple:

 

Our services work like a subscription. For $150/month, you will receive four high quality, professionally-produced MT video sessions, and after signing up you will gain immediate access! Each video is available for a full week; you’ll have unlimited access to it throughout the week. Each session will always include the following activities: an opening song, singing, gentle stretching and physical movement (always seated), breathing and relaxation, closing song. Music will vary week to week. Song lyrics for the singing section are included as subtitles. All video sessions are planned out and facilitated by a licensed and board-certified music therapist.

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Music is fun. Music is engaging. Music is good for the soul.

Loneliness • Isolation • Depression • Agitation • Forgetfulness • Declining health • Physical limitations • Loss • Fatigue • Weakness

These are some issues aging adults deal with daily. Music is powerful and can uniquely touch the lives of individuals living with disease, disability, typical aging issues, limited social contact or other limitations. Music has so many intrinsic benefits. It can connect people and spark joy. Music is a natural motivator!

We love making a difference in the lives older adults whether they are living in a care community, group home, on their own or with loved ones. We’re passionate about increasing aging adults’ quality of life through the intentional use of music. Our goal is to make participating in music-based activities easy, fun and incredibly accessible for older adults though our music therapy video sessions!

Please see Terms of Service and our FAQ’s page for more information.

Intended Use of Services

Video sessions are intended for use with residents of Nursing Homes, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living, Adult Foster Care Homes, or Individuals in Private Residence. Each client account shall be used for one site/facility 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 site/location/facility must have their own account.