Following on from the launch in May 2015 organised by Dr Victoria Williamson - Vice Chancellor’s Fellow of Music at Sheffield University who opened the proceedings followed by a presentation from David Robinson from Nordoff Robbins, then Helena Muller - Chief Executive of Lost Chord and culminated in an address by Professor Lord Robert Winston we are now pleased to present the link for Helena’s presentation about Lost Chord.
to see the work of Lost Chord in action. But more importantly the residents and staff of Broomgrove, were able to benefit from one of Lost Chord’s highly interactive sessions.
During his visit to Broomgrove Nursing Home in Sheffield, the Duke of Gloucester, had the opportunity
Is an innovative charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and well-being of those suffering with dementia using interactive musical stimuli to increase their general awareness and self esteem.