Washington University Performs For Brooking Park’s Memory Care Household

08On behalf of our seniors, thank you to Washington University and their inspiring Arts & Sciences program for singing for Brooking Park’s Memory Care Household! Our residents formed the first ever live audience for many of the passionate student performers — we’re so honored!

Organizers Lynn Hamilton, Christine Armistead, and Jennifer Gartley developed the Come Sign With Us¬†program to keep seniors diagnosed with dementia socially engaged. The last time Brooking Park collaborated with Washington University’s president of Maturity and Its Muse, Lynn Hamilton, was 2013, when Brooking Park residents participated in the KARE study (read more).

We often emphasize the¬†therapeutic powers of music (see ‘Brooking Park’s Music Therapy Program Enriches Lives Of Older Adults‘). We look forward to the Spring performance and our community also hopes this “will be a continuing series of events that bring together seniors and music students.”

Pick up the latest copy of Wash U’s campus newspaper The Source, or enjoy Liam Otten’s lovely write up online¬†here.

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