Music therapy originated in Veterans’ hospitals after World War I and II where doctors and nurses saw the positive response that physically and emotionally traumatized patients had to musicians. After that, demand for music therapists in hospitals led to the creation of a music therapy college curriculum.
The D-MAN Foundation’s Assisted Travel Program provides knowledge, experience, coordination, and financial support for disabled clients to make their travel dreams come true. This program not only focuses on leisure travel, but also events!
Donate Music Studio Hours
Every $50 will put a patient in the music therapy studio for an hour
Donate Sky Miles
Every 10,000 Miles will count as $100 toward a trip