Do any of these statements describe you?
- I am an eldercare professional feeling the stress of a constant search for meaningful activities to do with residents.
- I care for someone with dementia and long to maintain meaningful connection with them.
- I have seen the power of music to reach people, especially those in long term care or living with dementia, but I am not a musician and don’t know what kinds of music activities I can do with people.
If you answered YES to any of these statements, then I have just the resource for you!
I am creating a fun, exciting and engaging resource for caregivers and eldercare professionals who want to use music activities, but are not sure what to do. It’s called Elderberry Jams and it is going to be something that inspires, engages and supports you in your caregiving journey to bring the healing power of music to the people you care for.
This resource is almost ready to launch and I couldn’t be more excited. In the meantime there are a couple of things you can do.
First, watch the video below for a bit more information about Elderberry Jams and why I am creating this resource. Second, join me and other eldercare professionals and caregivers in my FREE Facebook group, Elderberry Jams–Activities for Seniors.
More to come in the near, near future.