Our robust music and performance program has a long history on campus. Participating in music activities provides therapeutic benefits and helps address emotional and social needs.
We offer a variety of effective ways to introduce residents to the powerful language of music. In the classroom, younger children learn about other cultures through music. They play music trivia games to compete for chips, which can be cashed in for gifts and prizes. Older children can receive instruction on guitar and keyboards.
The lessons residents learn through music will stay with them their entire lives. We have heard from grateful former residents all over the country who produce music, sing at their church, and write song lyrics. Our music and performance program is always evolving. We add opportunities with therapeutic value that engage our residents, including dance and poetry.