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Staff Training & Consultations

Young Nurse
Are you interested in training your staff to use music to improve residents' quality of care, staff retention, and morale?

Shortage of care staff can have a dramatic impact on clients and their families in terms of quality, safety, and continuity of care. 

It's essential to counteract this trend through staff training, stress reduction, and team building.


Research shows music therapy can effectively improve staff morale and employee retention rates. This results in a healthier care environment for staff and clients.

Schedule a call to learn how we can train your staff to use music purposefully and overcome the challenges you're facing.

When staff use music purposefully throughout their day to assist in activities of daily living and transitions it makes their day easier.


Using music purposefully boosts morale and everyones' mood (resident, staff, and visiting families).

Consequently, the residents and families benefit as well as the staff.

I love working with administrators and staff to develop a program tailored to your specific needs.

And I'd love to work with you.

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Our Music-Assisted Caregiving Training has been a HUGE hit in the community!

   Happy Clients   

Noel of Anderson Music Therapy is extremely talented and knowledgeable! She has presented in service trainings to the staff members at Visiting Angels on two occasions. She was thorough, interesting and a great communicator.


She has impacted our Senior Care business with the importance of using music for our clients on a much more regular basis and we see fruits from her training! I’d wholeheartedly recommend her!

—  Laurie Scogin, Owner of Visiting Angels Home Care

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What to Expect...

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