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Singing for the brain

‘Singing for the brain’ is a scheme organised by local sections of the Alzheimer’s society to bring together people with dementia and their carers to sing popular songs that many people with dementia recognise and enjoy singing along to.

There are ‘Singing for the brain’ schemes in the following places:

Bristol and South Gloucestershire  0117 961 0693

Exeter 07842 540284

Exmouth РMeets every wednesday at the Brixington Community Church Hall, Churchill Road, in Exmouth. For further details contact Paul King on 01278 663 760

Plymouth 01752 255399

Taunton and West Somerset 01984 667430

3 Responses to “Singing for the brain”

  • Hi, I am the development worker for TorrAGE which is an organisation that help support the older people of Torridge. I am currently looking at new services and activities that can be provided and came across Singing for the brain. I would be most greatfull if somebody could contact me to discuss further and look into possibilties on how this could work in our area.

    Kind Regards
    Steve Reah
    01805 622666

  • Joanna:

    Steve,

    thank you for your mail. I suggest that you contact directly those people listed on the page you looked at. I will also pass your email to our contact for Singing for the Brain in Exmouth when we go there next. We can share with you our experience from the perspective of those who benefit from S4B.

    Regards, Joanna de Groot

  • Liz Patt:

    It would be great if Singing for the Brain sessions could be arranged in the Barnstaple/Bideford/South Molton area – Ilfracombe is not the best place to get to

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