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Published: Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Each year the University of Tennessee Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit cares for more than 800 critically ill babies. While dedicated to their physical care, the NICU staff also recognizes the need to provide comprehensive comfort and care to these babies and their families.
One such element of care is through music and the soothing, nurturing melodies of a lullaby. Music therapy is provided throughout the NICU by the generous medical staff sponsorship of Knoxville Symphony Orchestra violinist, Sean Claire. Claire’s violin graces the rooms of the NICU and gives the comfort and healing nature of music is to all NICU babies, families and staff.
Through the generosity of the March of Dimes Tennessee Chapter, this special documentary highlights Sean Claire and this special gift to the medical center's tiniest of patients.
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