Singing Nurse Gives Special ICU Performance To Show Patients They Aren’t Alone.

Spending the night in the hospital can be a lonely experience, especially with COVID-19 restrictions keeping loved ones out. Even so, patients in Ottawa Hospital’s intensive care unit know they aren’t alone.

That’s because they have nurse Amy-Lynn Howson around, who just so happens to be a talented singer-songwriter! While she was working in the ICU one evening, she couldn’t help but notice how heavy the atmosphere was. So she traded her stethoscope in for a guitar to bring everyone some much-needed cheer!

She sang “You Are Not Alone,” an original song she wrote for a friend dealing with mental health struggles. It was the perfect choice for her patients, who needed a sweet reminder to stay strong.

“I love helping patients feel seen and understood, and it is truly a privilege to be with them in their most vulnerable moments and to let them know they are not alone,” Amy-Lynn said.

Listen to her impromptu concert in the video below, and share this story to remind someone that they aren’t alone.

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