04 November 2019
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Aspire for Intelligent Care and Support, Humphrey Booth Resource Centre
16-18 Worsley Road
The power of music in all its forms can be seen to benefit people living with dementia and their care partners. It has the potential to draw generations together, reduce the social isolation caused by dementia and create shared positive communication in all stages of dementia. Musical communication can ensure individuals living with dementia can maintain meaningful companionship and connections with the world around them, helping them to live well. This event will provide an opportunity for local people with dementia to come together and express themselves through music in a supportive and positive environment.
Contact: Sarah Smith at email@example.com for further details