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Instrument will help patients communicate
WORTHINGTON — A harp designed for therapy may help patients afflicted with dementia, deafness or weakness communicate with the volunteer helpers from Compassionate Care Hospice, thanks to a grant from the Worthington Regional Health Care Foundation.
K-Kids officers (front, from left) Jacob Prunty, Maddi Woll, Reese Schulze and Ellie Schroeder with advisers Zach Dingmann and Tiffany Neugebauer stand in front of the display documenting the $891.71 donation made by Prairie Elementary students to the Minnesota Chapter of Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in their Pennies to Patients program Tuesday at the school.
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