A dementia corps that creates the unique healing power of music

Our Dementia Corps

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Music therapy works. Online Actor Of Duty Vicky McClure showed the wonderful health benefits over and over again Our Dementia Corps (BBC1).

Over the past 20 years, I have suggested that anyone with an autism child try it out. Three years old, my son David was not able to speak words or understand. He was only able to communicate through screaming, which he did bleakly.

But it seems that all kinds of music were bothering him. We tried music therapy and, within a couple of sessions, David was singing. Although he did not know what the words mean, he began to express his feelings with songs. We got into his brain.

Vicky's musicians had the same visible and incredible effects. Depression drawn down, confused ebbed, grew stronger memory, personality came from the dark. When the singing began, the choir of people with Alzheimer's and other decoding started, like fireworms when the wind blows.

Dúinn We need to roll this out around the country, 'said Vicky. – It is proven – it has a huge impact on people's lives. # 39;

The psychological and medical tests carried out over 12 weeks supported these singers up – and it is disappointing that this heavy experiment was not tried for a long time.

It seems clear that music therapy should be the norm in any treatment for conditions that affect the language. I did not hear that it was being used during rehabilitation from strokes, but there must be a strong chance of being beneficial.

Music therapy works. Online actor Vicky McClure (center) showed the wonderful health benefits again and again in Our Dementia Choir (BBC1)  t

Music therapy works. Online actor Vicky McClure (center) showed the wonderful health benefits again and again in Our Dementia Choir (BBC1) t

There is no reason not to try it out. Drug-free music therapy, the equipment is widely available, costs are low and provide employment for musicians. Everything about that is positive.

Everything about this documentary, the second of two, was very prominent. We saw an insight into the severe pressure that dementia had on families, but there was nothing to regret the sadness. When Jane thinks she had to be with her husband Chris, 67, a former teacher, every time of the day and night, Chris left: ‘It's like your dream being true. '

The heartbreak came from exciting scenes like the moment when Maurice listened, 87 and called Lord Nottingham's Singing Land; with a scratch recording he made his age 18 years of age. it was now reduced to croak.

The master choir Mark De-Lisser, who usually works with gospel voices, did a great job to attract The Beatles' heartfelt performance In My Life from his singers without training. For anyone with dementia, this program was hoped for.

Philosophy of the night

Jan Jan, in prefabricated no bed Grand Designs (C4), he revealed his secret about serenity – ditch possessions. The more you have, the biggest problems you have. Well, they have more to say.

However, hopefully a few minutes later, at the start of the Ambulance (BBC1). Emergency calls entered the 999 control center in Manchester. One of 86 people, who spoke heavily to despair, said: mé I have killed my wife. '

The call handler went white, as the man on the line explained that the dead woman had bad dementia. Mé I couldn't cope, 'he said. While maintaining his professionalism with great professionalism, the handler asked if there was an army in use. Ach There's only an iron lump, the man said.

This series is remarkably showing real beaches of reality to us. It is not all bleak, of course: many patients have stories to tell them that smile. But the format is somewhat when paramedics in the ambulance try too hard to entertain us.

They are saving lives – they don't have to be independent offenders while doing them.

Hope fell a few minutes later, however, at the beginning Ambulance (BBC1). Emergency calls entered the 999 control center in Manchester. One of 86 people, who spoke heavily to despair, said: mé I have killed my wife. '

At the beginning of the Ambulance (BBC1). Emergency calls entered the 999 control center in Manchester. One of 86 asked him, a heavy voice with despair, saying: mé I killed my wife.

At the beginning of the Ambulance (BBC1). Emergency calls entered the 999 control center in Manchester. One of 86 people, who spoke heavily to despair, said: mé I have killed my wife. '

The call handler went white, as the man on the line explained that the dead woman had bad dementia. Mé I couldn't cope, 'he said. While maintaining his professionalism with great professionalism, the handler asked if there was an army in use. Ach There's only an iron lump, the man said.

This series is remarkably showing real beaches of reality to us. It is not all bleak, of course: many patients have stories to tell them that smile. But the format is somewhat when paramedics in the ambulance try too hard to entertain us.

They are saving lives – they don't have to be independent offenders while doing them.

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