Willamette Valley Hospice Music Therapist sings to patient outside window - VIDEO

During this time of COVID-19, most visitors to care facilities are being limited. For Willamette Valley Hospice patients living in care facilities, this means the trusted visitors they have relied on – hospice aides, music therapists, and spiritual counselors – are not allowed to visit. Some care facilities are only allowing hospice registered nurses in. Recently music therapist Jessica and spiritual counselor Lori visited a patient outside her window to play her a song on her birthday to remind her how much they care.
 

 

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