In the serene surroundings of Hillstown Village Hall in Bolsover, something truly special is happening every Friday afternoon. A community music group led by OPUS Music has emerged as a source of inspiration and support for individuals living with dementia and Alzheimer’s,
OPUS Music’s Compassionate Contribution to End-of-Life Care This October the 14th the world comes together to observe World Palliative Care and Hospice Day, and we shine a spotlight on the transformative role of music in
Alzheimer’s Awareness Week is a time when we come together to shed light on the challenges faced by individuals and families living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and celebrates remarkable stories of resilience, love, and hope.
Stories of people like Jean, an older lady living with vascular dementia, who found solace in the soothing power of music.
For many of us creativity can be a way to express our feelings and boost our mood. This may be through music making, singing, dancing, painting, and a host of other practices. Sometimes it can be the creativity in the world around us that inspires us and offers a space for calm reflection. This week we’re asking, ‘What do you do to support your mental health?’