If you saw my last story, then you know I’m a sucker for a sweet little stuffed animal 🦄 How cute is this! And since this is her favorite stuffie, this photo will always be a reminder of mama’s little girl at one years old. 😊 #christinemariemilestones#cummingfamilyphotographer
🎊HAPPY BIRTHDAY to ME🎂🎊 My being alive and healthy today is as a result of none other than the almighty God. Happy birthday to myself.
On my special day, I wish myself happiness and great accomplishments in the upcoming year! 🎉💃🏽🙏🏽🎊🍾😘🤟🏽👑💎💞 🌹🔥🍰#Lovemesomeme#HappyBirthday#Thankful#GoldenYears#Glamma
Celebrated both my babies birthdays today since they’re a month apart. My heart has never been so full ❤️ This time with the both of them has been the best times of my life and it’s only going to get better #goldenyears
According to Dementia Australia, depressive symptoms occur in approximately 40 to 50 per cent of people with Alzheimer’s disease, and people in long-term residential care appear to be particularly at risk.
Professor Baker is an expert in neurorehabilitation and dementia, and Head of Music Therapy at the University of Melbourne and Director of International Research Partnerships for the Creative Arts and Music Therapy Research Unit.
The focus of her latest research is on the depression that often comes hand-in-hand with dementia. The aim of the research is to thoroughly assess and measure the long-term impact of a range of different music therapy techniques. “We hope the project will demonstrate how group music therapy reduces levels of depression, agitation and apathy in people living with dementia,” says Professor Baker.
But for Professor Baker, what’s really important is the power of music to make people happier. “Music can bring people together, and this new study is really about improving quality of life for patients, their families and carers - through music.” If you would like to follow this study then further information can be found on the University of Melbourne website: http://ow.ly/GhzT30mFe8I
I was thinking back to when I was pregnant with Macy, and remembering how I would whisper to her in my belly that I had found her the BEST Daddy ever. Little did I know then... that he is even greater than I promised.
Right now I can hear him giving her a bath upstairs and they've been laughing the entire time. "Da-deee!!!" she squeals as he theatrically helps her brush her teeth. These are the best years of our lives, and I'm just so grateful to be experiencing them with that sweet man o' mine. 😍😘 #MissMacy#BestDaddyEver#GoldenYears
Thank you for endless smiles, the endless laughter, the endless, love you show me, the endless hugs, the endless memories, the endless times you helped me though so much, thank you for everything besties, you know I’m not going anywhere life changes, situations change, yes it does but love never fades ‘I’m sticking with you though thick and thin’ 🔐 Love you John & Edward forever & always arms are always open, i might grow old but my love won’t, I’m thankful for you both you came in my life at just the right time. all those years ago. 🤗💛 #jedward#goldenyears