"....“Now it’s more individually based, they get to make decisions. They get to choose from a couple of songs, so they get more autonomy in that matter,” explained Carmen Ng, a music therapist with Miya Music therapy who has been appearing weekly at 147 Elder Street. “Personally, I get to engage more passively as well. Maybe I see what’s in their room and choose a song based on what I see is important to them. It makes a difference. It’s great I get to be considered essential to the seniors.”
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