The Beat Goes On has consistently been working in Rhythm Therapy in the Health and Wellness industry since 2009. Our programs offer evidence-based research. We have a proven track record of success, engaging and reaching more participants than any other program in the market. We are a Freenotes Outdoor musical instrument dealer. We support community gardens, school Playgrounds, private yards, urban centers, hospitals, playgrounds, museums, river trails and now music parks. Outdoor Musical Instruments are a natural fit with our core values and our belief in the power of rhythm.
The Beat Goes On are accredited full time professionals and most known for our senior health and wellness programs, especially working with Alzheimer’s and Dementia organizations. This is what differentiates us from entertainment; we stimulate and use protocols that engage both physically and mentally that is often documented in an individuals progress reports. Every caretaker, volunteer, ombudsman, health provider, and family members that experience our program are stimulated, motivated and simply in awe of the vibrant atmosphere created. All of our protocol’s focus on the participants to engage and provide a comfortable balanced environment.
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The Beat Goes On is proud to announce that The National Theatre in Washington D.C.’s Community Stage Connections program has added us to it’s current roster of participating artists.
The Community Stage Connections program has connected communities that have limited access to the arts with live arts experiences for nearly 30 years. They currently work with non-profit organizations that serve communities with limited resources and mobility. Working in collaboration with these venues, and a roster of participating performing artists, The National arranges easily transportable theatrical and musical performances free of charge for the residents and communities of these venues.
The Beat Goes On is elated to help get communities who can’t afford better activities and programs to utilize The National Theatre’s Community Stage Connections program to help make it possible. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with The National Theatre and to support communities by advocating better activities and programs.
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