Lisa Peterson founded Come On, Let's Sing to help bring more music and singing into caregiving relationships in order to improve the quality of lives of those with dementia and their care providers. Lisa helps family members and care providers for people with memory loss, to transform moments of despair and frustration into moments of shared joy, fun and meaning, by using powerful, easy-to-use music concepts, tools and materials. She has been passionate about improving the quality of life of seniors with memory loss through her music therapy practice since 1992. Her company Come On, Let's Sing was founded to empower caregivers to access the power of music to bring more meaning and joy into their caregiving relationship(s). Come On, Let's Sing has developed powerful, easy to use, music materials that build effective communication bridges and connections, with the one(s) they care for. "The effectiveness and beauty of this program comes from Lisa’s passion driven expertise gained from 30+ years as a leading memory care music therapist." Hope Young, MT-BC, founder and owner of the Center for Music Therapy, in Austin, Texas; Founder and CEO of Biomedical Music Solutions, Inc. "These are the most amazing caregiver resources ever created... they act as another set of hands!" - Anne Vitort, a satisfied customer and former caregiver, former owner of Upbeat Music Therapy