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Do you care for someone who has been affected by neurologic differences?

A Guide For Loved Ones Caring For People With Alzheimer's, Parkinson’s, Aphasia, Stroke, Brain Injury, or Multiple Sclerosis

Do you care for someone who has been affected by neurologic differences? Are you eager to help them make progress and live with a better quality of life?

Have you experienced the frustration of testing other therapies and being told your loved one will “never acquire a certain skill” again?

Because music accesses different neurologic patterns that other therapies can’t reach, that is not necessarily true. Evidence-based music therapy approaches can help your loved one reach their goals, even when other methods and treatments have not brought them results.

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About The Guide

Supporting a loved one with neurological differences is one of the hardest challenges in life. They rely on you to integrate levels of care, create support web support of experts, fellow patients, friends, and loved ones, and in many cases you help fulfill their day-to-day needs.

Maximizing your loved one’s potential can top that list of challenges, especially when the methods of treatment you’ve tried haven’t been effective.

This guide contains practical insights into how music therapy can be an effective solution for you and your loved one.

In Music Therapy & Neurologic Differences, you’ll learn about the science behind music therapy, and get answers to the most frequently-asked questions about how it works.

The Comprehensive Guide You’ve Been Looking For

Unlocking a better quality of life for your loved one demands a grasp of long-standing research and knowledge of the latest solutions out there. This guide delivers both in an easy-to-digest format!

What Others Are Saying

“Music therapy is fun! I look forward to coming each week, and with consistent practice at home, I have experienced significant improvement in my fine motor skills and my ability to mentally focus.”

— Workman’s Comp Patient

What You’ll Get In This Guide

Real-Life Anecdotes

You’ll read patient success stories and learn about their unique challenges, the music interventions they worked with, and the positive results they have experienced through the course of their therapy.

A Snapshot Of The Process Of Music Therapy

You won’t simply read a bunch of theory—you’ll gain an understanding of what music therapy looks like in action, and the different forms it can take.

Insight Into The Goals Music Therapy Can Support

This guide gives a detailed view of both the non-musical and musical goals music therapy can be used to support, as well as the lasting change it can create for those living with neurologic differences.

Possibility & Direction

By the end of this guide, you have the knowledge you need in order to decide if music therapy is a potential fit for your loved one’s needs—you’ll also have an idea of how to fund this treatment option.
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About The Author

Sarah Thompson  is a Board Certified Music Therapist, Certified Brain Injury Specialist, and Neurologic Music Therapist. Her credibility is the product of a 15+ year career in the music therapy space and her passion for continuing education and research has led her to contribute to bodies of evidence relied on by providers internationally.

Her Denver-based practice, Rehabilitative Rhythms, is only music therapy practice in Colorado that exclusively specializes in neurologic and developmental differences and offers customized therapies backed by industry-leading research. Sarah and her team help their clients go from from feeling frustrated with other treatment options, to being empowered toward the progress they crave, through customized, evidenced-based music interventions trusted around the world.

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Music Therapy & Neurologic Differences

A Guide For Loved Ones Caring For People With Alzheimer's, Parkinson’s, Aphasia, Stroke, Brain Injury, or Multiple Sclerosis

Download this guide to learn about evidence-based music therapy approaches that can help you support the progress of your loved one and improve their quality of life.

Your loved one’s challenges and goals are likely unique, but you don’t have to stand alone in addressing them after other methods and treatments have not brought them results.

This guide will answer your top questions about how music therapy works and help you decide if it can be an effective solution for you and your loved one.

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