What We Do
Room 217 is a music-based health arts organization and social enterprise. We provide an innovative approach to health and well-being called music care. Music care enhances quality of life and improves the care experience.
Since 2005, Room 217’s team of music educators, music therapists, music and health researchers, community musicians and artists, has been helping carers integrate music into their regular practice.
At Room 217, we produce and deliver music care products, education and training, collaborate in applied research, coach and consult with healthcare teams in music and care.
Collection 3 – DIVERSE SOUNDS and Collection 4 – BOOMER TRACKS add 12 new albums to our palliative and end-of-life care music library.
Music care is an approach. Caregivers can use sound and music as a solution for challenges of care in all settings. Learn more
Music care can be delivered in different ways by different people. Music care initiatives and interventions can fall into 10 domains. Learn more
Music is a human language. Regardless of our musical training, we can all use music for well-being. Learn more
Music is an effective caregiving tool. It takes some skill, but anyone can use it. Learn more
Many caregivers have used music in their care practices and contexts. Their stories can inspire us to do the same. Read more.
9 Ways Music Helps In Care
Music reaches into every human experience and supports health and wellness. Music is adaptable and can be applied in a variety of care circumstances.
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