Empowering music therapists,
comforting infants

Empowering music therapists, comforting infants

Empowering music therapists, comforting infants

Empowering music therapists, comforting infants

The silent struggle.

The silent struggle.

The silent struggle.

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21

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daily average of hours hospitalized infants spend without parents

daily average of hours hospitalized infants spend without parents

daily average of hours hospitalized infants
spend without parents

82%

82%

82%

hospitals NICU/PICU without certified music therapists

hospitals NICU/PICU without certified music therapists

hospitals NICU/PICU without certified music therapists

3x

3x

3x

higher risk of language delays for preterm infants

higher risk of language delays for preterm infants

higher risk of language delays for preterm infants

Advocating for the unheard.

Advocating for the unheard.

Advocating for the unheard.

The struggle to bring music therapy to hospitalized infants.

The struggle to bring music therapy to hospitalized infants.

The struggle to bring music therapy to hospitalized infants.

The struggle to bring music therapy to hospitalized infants.

Financial constraints

Financial constraints

Financial constraints

Most hospitals face budgetary constraints that limit their ability to offer dedicated music therapy programs, despite the benefits for hospitalized infants.

Most hospitals face budgetary constraints that limit their ability to offer dedicated music therapy programs, despite the benefits for hospitalized infants.

Music therapists access

Music therapists access

Music therapists access

Some regions face a scarcity of certified music therapists, posing challenges for hospitals seeking to recruit professionals for their music therapy programs.

Some regions face a scarcity of certified music therapists, posing challenges for hospitals seeking to recruit professionals for their music therapy programs.

Non-expert music interventions

Non-expert music interventions

Non-expert music interventions

Some hospitals implement their own music therapy, such as using MP3 players, leading to suboptimal outcomes including overstimulation for the infants.

Some hospitals implement their own music therapy, such as using MP3 players, leading to suboptimal outcomes including overstimulation for the infants.

Competing clinical priorities

Clinicians often have numerous responsibilities and competing priorities, making it challenging at times to dedicate time for accommodating music therapists in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units.

Competing clinical priorities

Competing clinical priorities

Clinicians in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units experience competing priorities, posing occasional challenges for accommodating music therapists .

Compose. Share. Earn.

Compose. Share. Earn.

Compose. Share. Earn.

Extend music therapy's benefits beyond in-person sessions, creating a new revenue stream for certified music therapists and enhancing care for hospitalized infants.

Extend music therapy's benefits beyond in-person sessions, creating a new revenue stream for certified music therapists and enhancing care for hospitalized infants.

Extend music therapy's benefits beyond in-person sessions, creating a new revenue stream for certified music therapists and enhancing care for hospitalized infants.

Extend music therapy's benefits beyond in-person sessions, creating a new revenue stream for certified music therapists and enhancing care for hospitalized infants.

Maximize your network

Create exclusive, personalized playlists tailored to the specific needs of infants in your care within your affiliated hospitals. Provide targeted, continuous support that complements your in-person sessions.

With detailed playlist usage data at your fingertips, you can negotiate fair compensation directly with the hospital, ensuring your skills are properly valued.

License your music

We actively license high-quality, original audio content from certified music therapists with proven experience in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units.

Each sound track must be tailored to an infant's overall comfort level, gestational age, corrected age, and optionally mother's native language.

License your music

License your music

We actively license high-quality, original audio content from certified music therapists with proven experience in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units.

Each sound track must be tailored to an infant's overall comfort level, gestational age, corrected age, and optionally mother's native language.

Maximize your network

Maximize your network

Create exclusive, personalized playlists tailored to the specific needs of infants in your care within your affiliated hospitals. Provide targeted, continuous support that complements your in-person sessions.

You can negotiate fair compensation directly with the hospital, ensuring your skills are properly valued.

Simple for clinicians.

Simple for clinicians.

Each session is unique.

Clinicians simply tap the infant's name, comfort level, and duration. Our algorithm then creates a personalized playlist based on the infant's profile, age (including gestational age), and mother's language.

Adapts to infant's comfort in real time.

With a single tap, clinicians can adjust the music therapy session to the infant's current comfort level, automatically updating the playlist with suitable audio content.

Session ends automatically.

Each session automatically ends at the predetermined time, ensuring optimal duration. All music therapy session activity is logged in the baby's profile.

Each session is unique.

Clinicians simply tap the infant's name, comfort level, and duration. Our algorithm then creates a personalized playlist based on the infant's profile, age (including gestational age), and mother's language.

Adapts to infant's comfort in real time.

With a single tap, clinicians can adjust the music therapy session to the infant's current comfort level, automatically updating the playlist with suitable audio content.

Session ends automatically.

Each session automatically ends at the predetermined time, ensuring optimal duration. All music therapy session activity is logged in the baby's profile.

Backed by science.

Backed by science.

Backed by science.

Reduced stress and pain

Reduced stress and pain

Reduced stress and pain

Music therapy has been shown to reduces stress, anxiety, and pain in hospitalized preterm infants, improving their behavioral states and responses to painful procedures.

Improved sleep and growth

Improved sleep and growth

Improved sleep and growth

Hospitalized infants who receive music therapy can exhibit more stable sleep patterns, improved feeding behaviors, increased weight gain, and shorter hospital stays.

Improved neurodevelopment

Improved neurodevelopment

Improved neurodevelopment

Studies suggest that music therapy may have positive effects on the neurodevelopment of preterm infants, promoting better cognitive, motor, and behavioral outcomes.

Competing clinical priorities

Clinicians often have numerous responsibilities and competing priorities, making it challenging at times to dedicate time for accommodating music therapists in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units.

Improved physiological stability

Improved physiological stability

Music therapy has been associated with stabilized heart rate, improved oxygen saturation levels, and reduced episodes of apnea and bradycardia in preterm infants.

Safe by design.

Safe by design.

Safe by design.

Safe by design.

Our platform is HIPAA and GDPR compliant, ensuring all music therapy sessions are strictly confidential. Our team of certified music therapists, specializing in hospitalized infants, crafts and approves each soundtrack.

Our platform is HIPAA and GDPR compliant, ensuring all music therapy sessions are strictly confidential. Our team of certified music therapists, specializing in hospitalized infants, crafts and approves each soundtrack.

Our platform is HIPAA and GDPR compliant, ensuring all music therapy sessions are strictly confidential. Our team of certified music therapists, specializing in hospitalized infants, crafts and approves each soundtrack.

Simple for clinicians.

Each session is unique.

Clinicians simply tap the infant's name, comfort level, and duration. Our algorithm then creates a personalized playlist based on the infant's profile, age (including gestational age), and mother's language.

Adapts to infant's comfort in real time.

With a single tap, clinicians can adjust the music therapy session to the infant's current comfort level, automatically updating the playlist with suitable audio content.

Session ends automatically.

Each session automatically ends at the predetermined time, ensuring optimal duration. All music therapy session activity is logged in the baby's profile.

Amplify your impact as a music therapist

Amplify your impact as a music therapist

Amplify your impact as a music therapist

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© 2024 PicoCare. All rights reserved. PicoCare is a registered trademark.

© 2024 PicoCare. All rights reserved. PicoCare is a registered trademark.

© 2024 PicoCare. All rights reserved. PicoCare is a registered trademark.

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