OHMI works to remove the barriers to music-making faced by people with physical disabilities. Any impairment in an upper limb makes musical instruments unplayable to any reasonable standard. As a result, thousands are excluded from music-making. The OHMI Trust strives for full, undifferentiated, participation in musical life for disabled people through the creation and provision of adapted musical instruments and enabling apparatus.
OHMI’s continued success comes from the people we work with - beneficiaries, instrument makers, researchers, staff, funders, and in particular, trustees. They bring their skills and experience to OHMI and play a vital role in helping to guide the charity’s mission. We are now looking for new trustees to join the board. For full details of the role and how to apply please click - Team - The OHMI Trust.
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