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Come Singing at Home

We were recently asked by the Norfolk Library Service to produce some short video clips of the sort of things we used to do at our big, much-loved Millennium Library singing sessions.

We've asked our singers for their ideas and requests and 'Come Singing at Home' has been born!

The first clip is now available on the Norfolk Library website and social media channels: anyone who needs cheering up or feels like a sing will be able to access it whenever they like. There will be new videos added on the second Tuesday of each month.

Click the website link on this page to access the videos.

Benefits:
  • Lowers anxiety
  • Reduces loneliness
  • Lowers agitation
  • Improves memory
  • Improves cognitive skills
  • Involves carers
  • Self expression
  • Creative expression and stimulation
  • Cognitive stimulation
  • Motivation
  • Physical engagement
  • Social connections – supporting relationships
  • Maintenance or development of identity and self
  • Facilitating communication
  • Pleasure and enjoyment
  • Contributing to a creative outcome
Phases:
  • Living well
  • Pre-diagnosis
  • Diagnosis
  • Post diagnosis – early years
Amenities:
  • No Amenities

Type:

Virtual/Online Event

Date:

13-10-2020

Time:

11:00 to 12:00

Recurrence:

None

Cost:

Free

Contact:

Heather Edwards

Telephone:

01603 452404

Email:

heatheredwards.music@gmail.com

Website:

Click here

Setting:

Home