Why the ukulele could be the secret to a happy retirement | Mature Times


“A new study from the Institute of Education, University of London, suggests that making music with others can do most to improve an older person’s quality of life. It can also help the over-50s to feel as fit as a fiddle.

Researchers have reached these conclusions after questioning 500 older people involved in a range of activities organised by The Sage Gateshead, Westminster Adult Education Service and the Connect programme at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.”

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