Older Adults and Intergenerational

Sound Health Music therapists elevate quality of life and create meaningful moments for older adults. We bring a full load of shakers, bells, drums, and other instruments (many adaptive) from around the world to engage participants, whether the community is independent, assisted, memory care, or skilled nursing. Our board-certified music therapists are trained to reduce stress and agitation, validate memories, promote positive socialization, and sustain a balanced and fulfilling environment of wellness.

Through active music-making, movement and music, song-writing, and therapeutic singing, therapists achieve any number of goals, according to the needs of the clients or residents. Our staff at Sound Health Music can use music to validate memories, maintain physical strength and coordination, preserve cognitive skills, reduce agitation and wandering, provide basis for reminiscence, offer opportunities for socialization, and provide emotional comfort.

The following living communities benefit from music therapy services:

Retirement communities and independent living
Assisted living care
Alzheimer’s/dementia care
Skilled nursing care
Adult day care

The following individuals benefit from music therapy services:

Adults interested in preventive health and wellness
Individuals with Alzheimer’s/dementia
Individual with Parkinson’s disease or neurological impairments
Depression or emotional ailments