Using the 19-piece wooden instruments/ piano
The introduction of musical instruments in dementia care settings offers a range of therapeutic benefits. Firstly, playing instruments engages individuals cognitively, stimulating memory recall and enhancing cognitive functions. The rhythmic and melodic aspects of music can evoke emotional responses, providing a means of emotional expression for those with dementia. Additionally, the tactile nature of handling instruments promotes sensory stimulation and fine motor skills. Socially, group musical activities encourage interaction and foster a sense of community among participants. Furthermore, music has the power to evoke memories, enabling individuals with dementia to connect with their past experiences. Overall, incorporating musical instruments into dementia care enhances cognitive, emotional, and social well-being, contributing to a holistic approach to care.