We invite you to our Free Valentine's Day Concert where our very own 5th Dementia Band revival will take place!
Date: Saturday February 11th, 2023
Location: Brentwood Presbyterian Church
(12000 San Vicente Blvd, LA, 90049)
Free Parking: Church Parking South of San Vicente/East Side of Bundy Drive
Please click here to stream our Concert Live!
Music Mends Minds has over 8 local in-person bands and music groups across Los Angeles County!
Please view our document for more information
Click her for additional information about our groups on our website!
RESTORING THE RHYTHM OF LIFE
Music Mends Minds was featured in the May 2022 Edition of
the Rotary Magazine!
Our founder and Executive Director, Carol Rosenstein, graces the cover of the Rotary Magazine!
Thank you Rotary International for this beautifully written story about Music Mends Minds and the science that corroborates our mission!
Click HERE to read the full written article about Music Mends Minds in the Rotary Magazine!
Click HERE to listen to the audio podcast of our MMM story in the Rotary Magazine
Music Mends Minds is a nonprofit that creates musical support groups for individuals with Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and other neurological disorders.
Paul, 5th Dementia Pianist, Alzheimer's patient
To foster worldwide communities among afflicted individuals and their families, friends, volunteers, and caregivers, all of whom can thrive on socialization and music-making.
Learn more about Carol's journey as she discovers the power of music.
What People Say
"As a teacher, my mother was as fiercely devoted to the young ones in her care as she was to her own children. With such an example, I am inspired to find ways to enrich her life. Singing with the 5th Dementia Band makes her face light up with smiles. While I welcome any therapeutic value that music may hold, I find the greatest value is in having a place where my mother can experience joy. I’m so thankful to have found Music Mends Minds."
— Denise Davis, Daughter of Leola Davis