The Neurological Choral Singing Group meets weekly on a Tuesday, during school terms at the Dementia Waikato Rooms at 25 Rifle
Range Road in Dinsdale, free parking at the back easy access. Phone (07) 929 4042
Sessions are for people with Parkinson’s, Stroke or other Neurological conditions affecting communication & speech. A fun and exciting therapy group: Research shows compelling evidence that singing helps voice and breathing in people with Parkinson’s & may help to re-wire the brain after injury, assisting with aphasia. The sessions include a series of voice/facial/breathing exercises
followed by a repertoire of familiar songs. Singing is a culturally universal pastime that unites people and produces a sense of belonging. No experience or skills required. It’s not how we sound – it’s about making a sound.
Sessions are directed by Musical Therapist Shona How, assisted by Pianist Anne Stonnell.
Coffee & Tea will be provided & the cost per session is $3 per person or $5 per couple to assist with costs.
If you wish to attend the Choral Therapy Group please contact either of the below co-ordinators:
Janine – 027 2555123 or Anne – 027 2444123.
For Stroke Foundation Hamilton members transport to Choral Singing Therapy Group meetings can be arranged by contacting Paul Burroughs on (07) 8492065 or 021 2688793, Email email@example.com or Bev Depree on (07) 8479354 or 0272840611, Email firstname.lastname@example.org.