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Apply For Your Music Programming Strategy Session

Want to see music making an impact on your clients, your caregivers, and your bottom line?

Can you just picture your clients smiling and singing and sharing stories in music?

Is your organization ready for a music program that will bring more meaning and joy to staff and patients alike?

Not sure whether to go for an iPod program, a music subscription service, or music therapy?

Are you ready for a program that will increase client satisfaction, improve staff retention, and set your agency apart from your competitors?

If so, now is the time to explore the possibilities

in a Music Programming Strategy Session.

Listening music togetherIn this session, we will:

  • Uncover your vision for your organization’s music program(s).

  • Explore the resources you already have available and identify obstacles or challenges to getting your program started.

  • Define your next steps for developing the best music programming for your organization.


What people are saying:

KatFulton “Rachelle’s work is incredibly valuable and needed in the world. I admire Rachelle’s dedication to serving older adults with the utmost dignity and respect. Her depth, insight, knowledge, and most of all PASSION continue to blow me away with everything that she produces.

Additionally, it is no surprise to me that she comes in high demand as a mentor to music therapists, caregivers, and administrators. She is world class, and I would recommend her work to anyone!”

~ Kat Fulton, MM, MT-BC – President, Sound Health Music and Founder, MusicTherapyEd.com


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When I get stuck or need advice for my senior programs, I turn to Rachelle Norman. When I need guidance or advice in eldercare, Rachelle is who I call. Her care, concern and extensive experiences shine through.

~ JoAnn Jordan, MT-BC – Owner, Music Sparks

This strategy session is not for everyone.

Happy senior man listening to music on headphones
Please do not apply if:

  • You aren’t ready to empower your caregiving staff to make music with clients.
  • You don’t see any benefit to shared experiences of beauty and connection for patients and caregivers.
  • You aren’t willing to commit resources of time and money to starting and maintaining a quality music program

Have you caught the vision?
Are you ready to make that music program a reality?

Fill out the form above to apply for your complimentary strategy session!

Who Is Rachelle?

Rachelle Norman, MA, MT-BC empowers caregiving professionals to use the power of music to make meaningful connections with their clients, bringing more light and joy into their lives. To do this, she helps hospice and home care organization design palliative music programs and equip their staff to implement those program with their clients.

Rachelle is a board-certified music therapist with more than a decade of experience sharing music with older adults in hospice and home care settings. An experienced clinician, teacher, and presenter, Rachelle’s clients have included Gentiva Hospice, Ascend Hospice (formerly Care Alternatives Hospice), the Galway Homes, Gardens at Barry Road, Shepherd’s Center of the Northland, and numerous other senior living communities. She is on the music therapy faculty at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and has given presentations for numerous organizations, including the American Music Therapy Association, the Heart of America Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and the Mental Health and Aging Coalition of Eastern Kansas.

Rachelle is passionate about sharing music with older adults, and you can’t help but catch her enthusiasm when you talk with her! She will leave you with no doubt that meaningful musical moments are just around the corner for your caregivers and your clients.