Swallow Hill’s Music Therapy programs use music as a tool to support specific physical, emotional, cognitive or social needs of participants, providing the opportunity to create, sing, move to, and/or listen to music.
Music Therapy programming is facilitated by Board Certified Music Therapists, who use evidence-based music programming and interventions to support a variety specific populations including (but not limited to):
- adults with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease;
- children and families living with cancer and other immunocompromising conditions;
- individuals with developmental disabilities;
- young people on the Autism Spectrum, or who have other Sensory Processing Disorders; and
- veterans living with physical and/or mental health challenges.