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Siendo socio haces posible que pacientes de UCI, cáncer, hemodiálisis, salud mental o niños de pediatría tengan un momento de felicidad y respiro gracias a la música.
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By collaborating with our foundation, you help thousands of people to have moments of respite in difficult moments of their lives. You can sponsor a specific micro-concert at the hospital of your choice, an activity in a residence or a functional diversity centre, or support a research study or one of the projects that are already underway. There are already many companies that are collaborators of Musicians for Health.
The program is aimed at older people with diseases such as Alzheimer’s, dementia or age-related cognitive impairment pathologies. This program aims to meet their needs, as well as promote healthy aging and an improvement in their quality of life, offering an accompaniment and support service.
The program is aimed at people with functional diversity. The purpose of Capable Melodies is to promote social interactions by attending to the needs of this group in order to improve their quality of life, promote social inclusion and improve their experience in the social and health environment.
The Choirs, Singing and Remembrance program is aimed at older people with age-related cognitive impairment pathologies. The aim of bringing music closer to this group is to help them remember the songs of their childhood, adolescence, to evoke memories, bring well-being and improve their mood through singing and interaction.
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By being a member, you make it possible for ICU, cancer, haemodialysis, mental health or paediatric children to have a moment of happiness and respite thanks to music. You also help the songs reach our elderly, people with disabilities, Alzheimer’s, Down’s and patients in mental health centres.