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Circle Dance in Dementia - London

by Dementia Pathfinders

Circle Dancing developed during the 1970s from traditional folk dance from around the world; there is a network of groups in the UK. The wide range of music links to celebrations, life events, and enables the exploration of the social and cultural aspects of connecting lives. Music has been selected from the repertoire and simplified standing and seated dances have been devised which allows for touch, holding, swaying, and easy repetitive movements, allowing the participant to feel safe within the circle. During the dance session comments and thoughts are often evoked and expressed. With the release of feelings people with dementia may be helped to communicate and be expressive.

Distance:

100 miles

Location:

Voluntary Action Islington 200a Pentonville Road London

Date:

11-06-2020

Start:

10:00

End:

16:30

Email Barbara Stephens at barbara.stephens@dementiapathfinders.org

Circle Dance in Dementia - London

by Dementia Pathfinders

Circle Dancing developed during the 1970s from traditional folk dance from around the world; there is a network of groups in the UK. The wide range of music links to celebrations, life events, and enables the exploration of the social and cultural aspects of connecting lives. Music has been selected from the repertoire and simplified standing and seated dances have been devised which allows for touch, holding, swaying, and easy repetitive movements, allowing the participant to feel safe within the circle. During the dance session comments and thoughts are often evoked and expressed. With the release of feelings people with dementia may be helped to communicate and be expressive.

Distance:

100 miles

Location:

Voluntary Action Islington 200a Pentonville Road London

Date:

05-11-2020

Start:

10:00

End:

16:30

Email Barbara Stephens at barbara.stephens@dementiapathfinders.org

Circle Dance in Dementia - London

by Dementia Pathfinders

Circle Dancing developed during the 1970s from traditional folk dance from around the world; there is a network of groups in the UK. The wide range of music links to celebrations, life events, and enables the exploration of the social and cultural aspects of connecting lives. Music has been selected from the repertoire and simplified standing and seated dances have been devised which allows for touch, holding, swaying, and easy repetitive movements, allowing the participant to feel safe within the circle. During the dance session comments and thoughts are often evoked and expressed. With the release of feelings people with dementia may be helped to communicate and be expressive.

Distance:

100 miles

Location:

Voluntary Action Islington 200a Pentonville Road London

Date:

29-04-2020

Start:

10:00

End:

16:30

Email Barbara Stephens at barbara.stephens@dementiapathfinders.org

Circle Dance in Dementia - Oldbury

by Dementia Pathfinders

Circle Dancing developed during the 1970s from traditional folk dance from around the world; there is a network of groups in the UK. The wide range of music links to celebrations, life events, and enables the exploration of the social and cultural aspects of connecting lives. Music has been selected from the repertoire and simplified standing and seated dances have been devised which allows for touch, holding, swaying, and easy repetitive movements, allowing the participant to feel safe within the circle. During the dance session comments and thoughts are often evoked and expressed. With the release of feelings people with dementia may be helped to communicate and be expressive.

Distance:

49 miles

Location:

Ibis Styles Hotel 999 Wolverhampton Road Oldbury

Date:

15-10-2020

Start:

10:00

End:

16:30

Email Barbara Stephens at barbara.stephens@dementiapathfinders.org

Music Mirrors

Location:
UK wide resource

Website:
https://www.musicmirrors.co.uk

Contact:
Heather Edwards

Email:
heatheredwards.music@gmail.com

Nordoff Robbins

Location:
Nordoff Robbins London Centre, 2 Lissenden Gardens, London

Website:
https://www.nordoff-robbins.org.uk

Contact:
Allison Anthony

Email:
musicservicesadmin@nordoff-robbins.org.uk

Playlist for Life

Location:
Unit 1-14 69 Dixon Road Glasgow

Website:
https://www.playlistforlife.org.uk/

Contact:
Playlist for Life

Email:
info@playlistforlife.org.uk

Live Music Now - South West

Location:
Coniston Sand Down Lane Newton St Cyres Devon EX5 5DE

Website:
http://www.livemusicnow.org.uk

Contact:
Sophie Dunn

Email:
sophie.dunn@livemusicnow.org.uk

Music in Hospitals & Care

Location:
Unit 40, Enterprise House, 44-46 Terrace Road, Walton-on-Thames

Website:
https://mihc.org.uk/live-music/book-a-concert/

Contact:
Music in Hospitals & Care

Email:
hello@mihc.org.uk

Musica Music and Wellbeing CIC

Location:
Shillingstone House, Musica Music and Wellbeing CIC The Stables, Shillingstone

Website:
www.musica-music.co.uk

Contact:
Rosanna Mead

Email:
rosanna@musica-music.co.uk

The U-Team

Location:

Website:
https://theuteam.weebly.com

Contact:
Helen Bates

Email:
theuteam@outlook.com

Kiddleydivey Cotswolds

Location:

Website:
www.kiddleydivey.co.uk/Cotswolds

Contact:
Yvette Jaquiss

Email:
Cotswolds@kiddleydivey.co.uk

Music as Therapy International

Location:
Music as Therapy International, Mowll Street Business Centre, 11 Mowll Street, London

Website:
http://www.musicastherapy.org

Contact:
Freya Gibbs

Email:
ukprogrammes@musicastherapy.org

Musical Moments

Location:
Lomas Way, Congleton

Website:
www.musical-moments.co.uk

Contact:
Beckie Morley

Email:
beckie@musical-moments.co.uk

MusicSpace

Location:
BS3 Community, The Southville Centre, Beauley Road, Bristol

Website:
http://www.musicspace.org/

Contact:
Michele Scott

Email:
director@musicspace.org

Mindsong

Location:

Website:
https://www.mindsong.org.uk/

Contact:
Maggie Grady

Email:
maggie.grady@mindsong.org.uk

Fitnniss - Wellbeing in Care

Location:
First Floor, 2 Hampton Ct Rd, Birmingham

Website:
http://www.fitnniss.co.uk

Contact:
Matthew Inniss

Email:
mattinniss@fitnniss.co.uk

Memory Tracks

Location:
2 Grove house Blackheath Grove

Website:
https://www.memorytracks.co.uk/

Contact:
Gordon Anderson

Email:
Gordon@memorytracks.co.uk

Musical Minis

Location:
Head Office 80 Moss Lane Pinner Middlesex

Website:
https://www.musicalminis.co.uk/

Contact:
Karen Sherr

Email:
karen@musicalminis.co.uk

Silent Memories

Location:

Website:
https://www.silentmemories.co.uk/

Contact:
Duncan Strain

Email:
info@silentmemories.co.uk

Golden-Oldies Charity

Location:

Website:
https://www.golden-oldies.org.uk/

Contact:
Emma Shearman

Email:
emma@golden-oldies.org.uk

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