Testimonials

music CD before bed to help him calm down so 

“My son is on the Autism Spectrum and suffers from major depression, anxiety, and mild ADHD. He often asks to hear Heidi’s harp music CD before bed to help him calm down so that he can fall sleep easily. The harp music seems to give him something to focus on, and is gentle and soothing.” Carrie Wilkinson

“After listening to Heidi’s harp music I realized I had stopped clenching my jaw and grinding my teeth.”  Jean Ockey, Hospice CSW

Therapeutic Harp music can augment a hospice’s spiritual care delivery to patients and their families at the end of life, and could even provide an alternative for those who refuse other spiritual care.” Beth Noyce, RN, Hospice Consultant

“Your harp playing calmed him and brought peace to the room. A few minutes after you left,  he passed.” 
E.G., Granddaugher of former Bristol patient

 

“Heidi began to play a few soothing songs, then moved into hymns and we watched dad’s agitation and struggling begin to diminish.  He began to relax.  She played all his favorites, and even played Homeward Bound and Danny Boy.  She left, and we all felt impressed to sing a few hymns for him to continue the calm and peaceful feeling in the room. While we were singing he passed. We will always remember and be so grateful for Heidi and the gift she gave us that day.” S.G., daughter of former Bristol patient

 

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on is on the Autism Spectrum and suffers from major depression, anxiety, and mild ADHD. He often asks to hear Heidi’s harp music CD before bed to help him calm down so that he can fall sleep easily. The harp music seems to give him something to focus on, and is gentle and soothing.” Carrie Wilkinson

y son is on the Autism Spectrum and suffers from major depression, anxiety, and mild ADHD. He often asks to hear Heidi’s harp music CD before bed to help him calm down so that he can fall sleep easily. The harp music seems to give him something to focus on, and is gentle and soothing.” Carrie Wilkinson