Our singing for the brain sessions use singing to bring people with dementia together in a friendly and stimulating activity i love singing for the brainr which i call singing for the soul the group lets me meet other people with dementia which makes me feel that i am not so different after . Singing for the brain is an initiative organised by the alzheimers society which involves bringing dementia patients and carers together in regular singing groups the groups are a socially stimulating activity for people with dementia and memory loss helping them to build new relationships retain skills and boost confidence. Group music interventions may help to improve social interaction between people with dementia promoting relaxation and reducing levels of agitation lin et al 2011 the current study aims to explore the experiences of people with dementia and their carers attending a group singing activity. Now the many fine and enthusiastic singers living with dementia just need more chances to carry on doing what they love and to sing the socks off the rest of us come singing a tiny voluntary group began in 2012 running free therapeutic singing and music sessions for people at all stages of memory loss between 40 and 50 singers . Diana kerrs singing groups for people with dementia is a practical guide to setting up singing and running groups in community and residential settings music is important to us as a species and it can be particularly important to people with dementia singing in a group can improve a persons mood recall self esteem and overall quality of life
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