James Berry MP attended and participated in Singing for the Brain at the King Charles Centre, Surbiton today. Singing for the Brain is an Alzheimer's Society branded service funded by Home Instead Wimbledon and Kingston." Home Instead Wimbledon and Kingston are the only Home Instead in the country that work in partnership with the Alzheimer's Society's Singing for the Brain service and we are proud to do this" said Lynn James, Demetia Lead at Home Instead.
James said “I made a commitment to do voluntary work each year in the constituency. It is important that, as your MP, I understand the needs of local people and the great work that many local people do. James met both Alzheimer's Society and Home Instead staff as well as the people who attend before leaving to volunteer at Kingston Hospital where he is also a dining companion.
James sang along and played the drum - we think he enjoyed it and are pleased that he saw the benefit that this group brings to the people who attend.