Just Like Me: The healing power of music therapy

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Just Like Me: The Taylor Family Foundation
Join Cheryl Jennings as ABC7 explores the power and medical benefits of music.

Join ABC7's Cheryl Jennings as ABC7 explores the power and medical benefits of music.

The The Taylor Family Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life for children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses, developmental disabilities, and youth at risk in Northern California. Barry and Elaine Taylor founded TTFF to provide specialized support, resources, and therapeutic experiences to children and their families. To date, the foundation has served over 45,000 children and nearly 80,000 families. In its third decade of service, TTFF continues to provide support through its various life-enriching events, including 30 free camp sessions offered throughout the year.

ABC7's Cheryl Jennings takes us through The Taylor Family Foundation's 25 years and introduces us to some courageous and inspiring people who are changing the lives of those in need.

In Harmony Music Therapy Services:

For the music therapists at In Harmony Music Therapy Services, music is more than just a catchy dance beat. It is a powerful tool for cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and psychological change. Based in Stockton, California, In Harmony Music Therapy Services have been providing support to individuals living in and around the Central Valley since 2002. Through community music therapy workshops and programs, individual/group music therapy sessions, and bedside music therapy for hospitals or living facilities, In Harmony Music Therapy Services strives to promote physical and mental well-being in adults and children.

Click here for more information on Harmony Music Therapy Services.

John Muir Hospital, Walnut Creek

Shriners Hospital, Sacramento

Click here for more information on the Taylor Family Foundation.