Guest Columnist Elizabeth Girling of WellAge Discusses How Music Therapy Hits All the Right Notes

young therapist smiles while playing a triangle for senior woman at retirement community during music therapy, useful especially for people with Alzheimer’s disease

The Tri-Lakes Tribune recently published a guest column by WellAge’s Vice President of Operations, Elizabeth Girling, about the power of music to help older adults living with Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other memory loss.

Read the full story on The Tribune’s website to find out what Mrs. Girling, a certified Montessori Dementia Professional, had to say about how music therapy has become an effective tool to improve older adults’ quality of life at senior living communities like WellAge-managed Jackson Creek Senior Living.