PAMIS have been working with music therapist Fiona Sharpe offering twice weekly community music sessions for people with PMLD and their families. Read all about Fiona’s experience with music online in her wonderful blog. Hear how music has brought families together and thanks to the online platform one person was able to participate in the sessions while in hospital. It’s lovely to share this blog on Carer’s week as these sessions have supported families throughout this difficult time.
PAMIS carers share their postural care stories.
Today Maja talks about her volunteering role with the Glasgow families at ‘My Time’
“I have been humbled and inspired by their smiles, sense of self, lust for life and laughs.”
Fife Friendship Club met virtually today on Zoom.
Watch the edited film of Dylan’s amazing performance for PAMIS. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it
“Arianne is in lockdown with only her team of carers having physical contact with her. I … Continue reading “Profound Impact Day 2020- Staying Connected – a blog by Lorna Holmes”
“My eldest child Brody is 8 years old and has a learning disability (amongst other … Continue reading “Profound Impact Day 2020 – The Things I Am Thankful For- A blog by Laura Rutherford”
Heather is joining PAMIS to work on a Multi- sensory storytelling project in Dumfries … Continue reading “Welcome to the PAMIS team Heather!”
Stories connect individuals and communities and the grant from the Holywood Trust will enable PAMIS to connect communities across Dumfries and Galloway through the use of multi-sensory stories.