What is expected Of the Patient?

It is not necessary for the patient to interact physically or even verbally
with the music practitioner. Nothing is required of the patient except their
physical presence, and their permission, or that of a loved one or caregiver.
Music Practitioners play to patients under anesthesia, during surgery,
the acutely ill, chronically ill, critically ill, the injured, premature babies,
birthing mothers, the comatose and the dying.
Research has shown that even unconscious and comatose patients
can benefit from Live Therapeutic Music.
Music Practitioners work independently or affiliate with healthcare institutions,
private healthcare providers and community organizations.

What is expected Of the Patient?

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