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New Singing for the Brain Sessions

New Singing for the Brain Sessions

A new singing group for people with dementia is starting this month, offering a friendly opportunity to sing a variety of well known songs.

Singing is known to help stimulate the minds of people with dementia and there will also be a series of fun vocal exercises to improve brain activity and wellbeing.

The Singing For The Brain South Yorkshire and North East Derbyshire Group will run sessions on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 2pm starting on 13th January.People of any age with a dementia diagnosis and their carers are welcome. Sessions last for around an hour, are free and take place via Zoom.

The group has its own Facebook page or you can take a look at their poster

Group founder Anne is a delivery partner for the branded service Singing For The Brain, which was set up by the Alzheimers Society

Anyone interested in joining should contact Anne by phone on 07870 444567 or email her on anne@sftb@gmail.com



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