Joy with Morning Music

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

September 16, 2022

The Sisters Services team at Nazareth Motherhouse Campus works hard to organize fun activities for Sisters who reside on campus. Recently, monthly Morning Music sessions were introduced.

Tiffany Peters of Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky has been visiting campus to provide fun-filled, hands-on music activities in Carrico Hall.

On Sept. 16, 2022, Sisters played a “Get to Know You” game, used small music shakers and sang along to different tunes such as “You are My Sunshine” as Tiffany played the guitar.

The morning activity brought smiles, laughter, and fond memories to the Sisters who participated. Some even made requests for future musical selections.

2 Comments

  1. Name *Joel

    What creativity to brighten the otherwise monotony of life. Music and smiles till we die!!

    Reply
  2. Ann Palatty

    It is really good to see the smiles on the faces of the sisters with music.

    Reply

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