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  • Morrisons cheque presentation The power of musicStudies show that musical performance in a healthcare setting has therapeutic benefits for patients, such as improving mood, alleviating boredom, reducing stress and anxiety, providing comfort and even improving memory. Thanks to kind donations, BCHC Charity has provided monthly musical performances for patients for more than three years.
  • Sounds of Play at the Springfield Project Early years music project comes to BirminghamBirmingham Forward Steps - the early years health and wellbeing partnership led by BCHC - and a group of consortium partners have been awarded £149,000 by the charity Youth Music to support music in children's early years. Over the next two years (2019-2021) the project, called Sounds of Play, aims to improve music provision for birth to five-year olds and their families.
  • (left to right) Bobby and Leo Sproston One-stop shop for child wheelchair service Children with disabilities are getting the mobility equipment they need more quickly thanks to joint working between wheelchair services and paediatric physiotherapy.
  • CPLOL SLT conference large group. International line-up for SLT study dayBCHC was honoured to co-host a study day bringing together leading national and international figures in the field of speech and language therapy (SLT).
  • VIP Awards Autumn 2019 all finalists Celebrating our Values in PracticeBCHC's unsung heroes have been recognised for their commitment to our shared values at our latest VIP staff awards event.