Felice Kane Morel

Older Adults | Adults with Dementia

Employing the principles of Neurologic Music Therapy
to enhance quality of life

Felice Kane Morel, MM, MT-BC
Music Therapist – Board Certified
Neurologic Music Therapist

303-503-6931

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“Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.”

- American Music Therapy Association, 2012

BIOMEDICAL DEFINITION: “Music Therapy is the enhancement of human capabilities through the planned use of musical influences on brain functioning”

- Dr. Dale B. Taylor, 2010

Services

Group Music Wellness Programs

Interactive music groups conducted at residential facilities, day program facilities, community centers for older adults / adults with dementia.

  • Help maintain mobility
  • Promote social interaction and verbalization
  • Help maintain respiratory function
  • Exercise concentration and memory

Individual Memory Care Therapy

Individualized therapy conducted at client’s place of residence for persons with dementia – geared to individual’s needs, goals, musical preferences, cognitive level. Experiences may include:

  • Reminiscing – share/record important memories see video
  • Exercise memory, concentration, executive function
  • Movement and relaxation, facilitated by music
  • Rhythmic/sensory musical experiences

Great article about music and memory

A terrific article at the Huffington Post about music therapy for Alzheimer's patients:

Music Therapy for Individuals With Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias

About Felice

Contact Felice to talk about the benefits of music therapy.