Choir provides music therapy for Alzheimer’s patients

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Singers in Norfolk are feeling the benefits of a choir with a difference, one that is brought to life by members of the public affected by dementia.

The Alzheimer's Society, which backs the scheme, says that music therapy is having fantastic results on those taking part.

This report by Clive Lewis features Heather Edwards from the Alzheimer's Society and Maureen Guest, who is affected by Alzheimer's.

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