Services Overview

Adaptive Music

Note-Able Music Therapy Services provides a range of experiential and adaptive music opportunities for people of all abilities and a wide range of ages. Our services are grounded in the philosophy that participating in music and expressing oneself through sound is both liberating and empowering for all of us, regardless of ability. Music in community connects people across social and physical divides.

Our adaptive programs include:

  • Experiential classes
  • Individual lessons
  • Special workshops
  • Teen Beat Summer Music Camp
  • Performances
  • Support Group
  • The Note-Ables

Learn more here.

 

Music Therapy

We provide music therapy services for people with a range of diagnoses, both at our location and in the community in collaboration with many partners. Music therapy is the therapeutic use of music to help people gain greater health and vitality. Music therapists are board certified and licensed in Nevada. Music therapy is a way to address physical, emotional, and relational challenges.

Learn more here.

Jodi and Anthony - Music Therapy at Renown Children's Hospital

Music Therapy – Collaborative Programs and Services

Note-Able Music Therapy Services works with healthcare, education, arts, and service organizations in the region, bringing music therapy to support the missions and efforts of our partners. Together with our partners, we are addressing health and social issues throughout the region.

Our current partners include:

Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services

Northern Nevada Medical Center – Senior Bridges Inpatient Unit

Renown Health – Children’s Hospital / Institute for Cancer / PEP Program

The Life Change Center

Eddy House

Children’s Cabinet

Step2

The Reno Philharmonic

Warm Springs Correctional Center 

Carson City School District 

Please call (775-324-5521) or email us to inquire about a collaboration with your organization!

Learn more here.

Neurologic Music Therapy Clinic

We are now accepting referrals for our new neurologic music therapy clinic, located at 85 Washington Street in Reno! Neurologic music therapy is focused on the neuroscience of perception and production of music and how this helps with movement, speech and language, and cognition. It is based on decades of research showing that music is hard-wired in the brain as a means of communicaiton and connection. 

Neurologic Music Therapy is for people with:

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Dementia
  • Autism

Learn more about neurologic music therapy and our new clinic, and call us at 775-324-5521 for information and to speak to one of our neurologic music therapists. 

The Note-Ables

The Note-Ables are available to play at your events! Founded more than 17 years ago, The Note-Ables is a group of professional musicians who shatter the stereotype that people with disabilities have limited talents and abilities. In addition to being professional and crowd pleasing, the group’s activities have also increased the visibility of people with disabilities and added to the dynamic arts community in the Truckee Meadows.

Learn more here.

Taking it to the Beats

Taking it to the Beats is a group drumming program for corporate, educational, and professional settings. Drum circles are non­-threatening and fun for people of all ages and abilities, and more and more research is showing that they can reduce stress, boost morale, increase retention, and improve communication throughout the workplace.

Please call (775-324-5521) or email us to inquire about a collaboration with your organization!

Thank You!

Our individual music therapy, adaptive music lessons, group classes, and certain collaborative programs are supported by a combination of sliding-scale fees, Nevada State respite funding, individual donations, corporate sponsorships, and grant funding.

For a complete listing of our donors, please visit the thank you page. To learn more about donating, please visit our donation page.

Our adaptive music classes are funded in part by the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation

Reeve Foundation

Reeve Foundation

 

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