Elisabeth now has more joy; she loves to perform and loves hearing the therapists She has enjoyed the groups at A Place To Be, and she really needs that friendship and support. We are very appreciative of the love and expertise of all the music therapists at A Place To Be!
Ken Freund, Parent
How To Get Started At A Place To Be
Over the years, children and adults of all backgrounds and abilities have entered our doors, bringing with them unique perspectives and creative abilities, and a desire to be part of a community. They have made A Place To Be what it is today, helping us strive for a world where everyone is accepted for their humanity, not defined solely by their challenges.
A Place To Be offers a number of financial aid opportunities for those who otherwise would not be able to afford music therapy services.
We pride ourselves on the fact that 90% of our clients are eligible for some form of financial aid.
To see if you qualify for financial aid with A Place To Be, please contact our admin team. An assessment can be scheduled over the phone or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to client-specific offerings, A Place To Be offers a number of regular and one-time opportunities for parents and families, focused on building relationships between parents, as well hosting as speakers who whose expertise can help our families.
Our Parent Forums meet monthly and are a great way to meet and converse with other A Place To Be caregivers. To join our parent email list, contact email@example.com
Every client has an initial assessment, in which a therapist will meet with you (and/or your child/dependent). Here at A Place To Be, we define a disability as ANYTHING that holds a person back from living their life to the fullest. Creative Arts Therapies and Expressive Arts can work for anyone, regardless of your challenge.