Music-based services and resources for people caring for family members and friends.


Whether you are caring for family or friends, or you’re just getting older like the rest of us, this page is for you.

We can’t wait to help you and the people you care for have more meaningful music experiences together.

Here's How We Help

Soundscaping Source Music Therapy for Caretakers and Older Adults

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Soundscaping Source Music Therapy for Caretakers and Older Adults
Private In-Home Music Therapy

In-home music therapy for the Kansas City & Topeka area

We travel to clients’ homes for private music therapy sessions. These sessions involve making music together – singing, moving or playing instruments to address the client’s needs and interests. 

Learn more here.

Caregiver Check-In Calls
Consultation check-in video calls for Caregivers

This is a perfect opportunity to access our expertise via a private video call with one of our music therapists (especially folks outside of our local area of Kansas City/Topeka). During our chat, we can dig deeper into your personal caregiving situation and give any next steps specific to your situation and provide ways to share music with your loved one in meaningful ways. 

Learn more here.

Music Lessons for Adults

Music lessons in the Kansas City & Topeka area

Have you always wanted to play a piano or guitar, but never had time? Maybe that time is now!

We travel to your home for private music lessons that are specially tailored for adults. The goal is to have fun and learn something new, not to win a scholarship or a competition.

Learn more about music lessons here.

“Music therapy is able to touch a place of remembering, comfort and joy that few other modalities access. It is invaluable support for enhancing quality of life for patients.”

Kimberly Frankenfield, LMT - Massage therapist
Ascend Hospice

“This was great for the older crowd – remembering old memories and combining songs with personal stories. My grandma was relaxed and in really good spirits.”

Adrienne, Granddaughter of a memory care resident

“I have known patients who have lost most of their ability to communicate. By using music therapy they are offered an opportunity for connection and to express their emotions. During end of life this can be an invaluable tool for closure and reducing anxiety.”

Amy Goodman-Long, LBSW - Social worker
Ascend Hospice

Free Resources

Song Spotlights – Use these to have a quick and easy 5-minute music experience with someone you care for.

Better Sleep Video Series – Sign up for our five-part video series teaching you how to get better sleep with music. Excellent for caregivers and, well, anyone who wants to sleep better at night!

Soundscaping Source Music Therapy for Caretakers and Older Adults

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