Read this news article about our Studio City Jazzanova Jazz Band by Kay Wolf!
Studio City/Sherman Oaks/Encino News
Listen to this 4 part podcast series as Carol shares her Music Mends Minds journey with Answers for Elders, hosted by Suzanne Newman!
Answers For Elders with Suzanne Newman
Listen to this powerful podcast as Carol is interviewed by Marsha Wietecha. Carol continues to advocate for the power of music as medicine. This is corroborated by the scientific community to bring pure joy and increased brain function to patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases. This includes traumatic brain injury and stroke. Along with PTSD, caregivers, and families at large.
Born To Talk with Marsha Wietecha
Carol shares her story nationally on KPCC's "AirTalk With Larry Mantle" Radio Show.
AirTalk with Larry Mantle
Listen to this impactful interview as Carol shares Music Mends Minds's mission with Dementia Spring, hosted by Dr. Marc Rothman.
Dementia Spring with Dr. Marc Rothman
Music as Medicine: Harmonies that Heal
View the 1-minute Ivanhoe Broadcasting News segment that tells the story of a former Swan Lake ballerina, Marta Gonzalez, who now has Alzheimer's. Marta Gonzalez is seen dancing the Swan Lake choreography when the Swan Lake music sparks her memory of her dancing ballerina days.
Ivanhoe Broadcasting News
"Let's Talk Caregiving" Podcast ft. MMM
In this month's episode, Martha chats with Carol Rosenstein, Founder & Executive Director of Music Mends Minds. Carol's non-profit creates music for groups of patients with Alzheimer's, dementia, Parkinson's, traumatic brain injury, stroke and PTSD. Hear examples of how music can be a powerful therapeutic for both caregivers and their care recipient.
The Power of Music in Caregiving