Testimonials 2018-12-12T17:43:39+00:00

“I am a Registered Respiratory Therapist with more than 25 years of critical care experience which includes supporting patients and their families during the most difficult journeys of their lives. I recently cared for my mother-in-law during the final two weeks of her life, and watched her receive medications that were largely ineffective in relieving her symptoms of pain and agitation. After witnessing her physiologic response to Chuck’s music, I believe that every hospital should integrate Live Therapeutic Music into their delivery of care.”

                 – Steve Dickson, MScHS, RRT-NPS

“I’ve almost forgotten why I was so angry. Your music and our conversation just allowed all that anger to float away. You’ve made my day.”

                    – Elaine

“For weeks, my nurses have worked hard to help me feel better.  But I think your music has done more to heal me than anything the doctors have done.  Your music is good medicine and I’m quite certain that your visit today is God’s answer to my prayers!”

                    – Dottie

“Your music lifts me out of the valleys when I have problems getting back on track.” 

                    – Norman

“Your music was exactly what I needed this morning.   Sometimes, when I’m feeling so bad, it’s easy to forget that God is with me every step of the way of my treatment.  But your music lifted my spirits and for that, I am truly grateful.”

                    – Thomas

“I heard you playing in the hall and was pretty sure I would enjoy your music.  But I never imagined that your music would be so relaxing.  In fact, your music just might be the best medicine I have had since I’ve been here.”

                    – Carla

“Your music was so relaxing.   My pain was pretty bad when you came in, but the music relaxed me so much, I was able to forget about my illness and the pain, it simply melted away.” 

                    – Gerald

“Your music brought back so many memories, it was as though I was hearing them again for the first time.  I can’t believe that you would visit me here in the hospital.  You don’t know me at all, yet here you are playing this beautiful music and caring for me like I am part of your family.”

                    – Doris