Listen
Sing
Dance
Play
Bring Musical Moments into the Rhythms of Caregiving
by Rachelle Morgan

In Listen, Sing, Dance, Play, music therapist Rachelle Morgan shows you as a caregiver, through stories and steps, how to engage your care partner in a wide range of music experiences to bring them (and you!) joy, calm, and connection.

Listen, Sing, Dance, Play Bring Musical Moments into the Rhythms of Caregiving book by Rachelle Morgan

Listen, Sing, Dance, Play Bring Musical Moments into the Rhythms of Caregiving
by Rachelle Morgan

In Listen, Sing, Dance, Play, music therapist Rachelle Morgan shows you as a caregiver, through stories and steps, how to engage your care partner in a wide range of music experiences to bring them (and you!) joy, calm, and connection.

With this book, you can expect:

You’ll find that it can be easy to listen, sing, dance, and play together – no musical training necessary.

A wide range of concrete musical experiences to enjoy now, for music lovers of all skill levels

Adaptations and suggestions for people who are living with various physical and cognitive limitations, including dementia

A deep understanding of the rhythms of caregiving and how your musical activities will change as you move along the path of caregiving

About the Book

Bring the joy of music into your caregiving relationship.

Day-to-day care for a family member or friend can be stressful, whether you are caring for them yourself or they are living in a care community. Now, you can learn how to bring beautiful, meaningful experiences into your caregiving during this precious stage of life through music.

In Listen, Sing, Dance, Play, music therapist Rachelle Morgan shows you as a caregiver, through stories and steps, how to engage your care partner in a wide range of music experiences to bring them (and you!) joy, calm, and connection.

Are you ready to rediscover the joy of music in this season of caregiving? Listen, Sing, Dance, and Play will have you singing its praises.

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About the Author

Rachelle Morgan, MA, MT-BC is the founder of Soundscaping Source, where her mission is to bring meaningful music experiences to older adults and their caregivers, all the way to the end of life. Rachelle has been in clinical practice as a music therapist since 2004, and she maintains a private practice in Kansas City, where her team primarily serves older adults.

A leader in her field, Rachelle is on the faculty of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, is a frequent presenter at regional and national music therapy conferences, and is in demand as a speaker, consultant, and staff trainer on topics related to music and eldercare.

Rachelle also enjoys reading, cooking, playing her oboe, harp, and baby grand piano (usually not at the same time!), and savoring gloriously spontaneous dancing and singing with her two young daughters.

Soundscaping Source About Rachelle Morgan

About the Author

Soundscaping Source About Rachelle Morgan

Rachelle Morgan, MA, MT-BC is the founder of Soundscaping Source, where her mission is to bring meaningful music experiences to older adults and their caregivers, all the way to the end of life. Rachelle has been in clinical practice as a music therapist since 2004, and she maintains a private practice in Kansas City, where her team primarily serves older adults.

A leader in her field, Rachelle is on the faculty of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, is a frequent presenter at regional and national music therapy conferences, and is in demand as a speaker, consultant, and staff trainer on topics related to music and eldercare.

Rachelle also enjoys reading, cooking, playing her oboe, harp, and baby grand piano (usually not at the same time!), and savoring gloriously spontaneous dancing and singing with her two young daughters.

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