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Rewarding Career in Therapeutic Music

Posted by Eskaton on Jun 28, 2016 10:40:25 AM

Elizabeth Proett began playing the harp professionally in the 1980's. Today she is a certified music practitioner an can be found playing for Eskaton residents. Ten years ago Elizabeth learned the craft of playing music for healing and transition. "I wanted to do something a little more meaningful," she said.

Elizabeth plays every other week at the Eskaton Village Carmichael Care Center and Memory Care, as well as the Eskaton Village Roseville Memory Care.She can also be found at Eskaton Care Center Manzanita and Eskaton Care Center Fair Oaks. The majority of the time Elizabeth plays one-on-one in the residents' rooms to address individual needs. In memory care, she  also spends time in a group setting playing and singing familiar tunes. Thank you Elizabeth for your dedication.

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Therapeutic  Music at Eskaton


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Eskaton is a nonprofit senior living community in the greater Sacramento area. With nursing, short-term rehabilitation, community living, and in-home services (including Home Support Services), Eskaton has nearly 2,000 staff committed to helping seniors receive the care they need while prioritizing independence. Learn more about Eskaton today and call us at 888-684-6554.