The Neurological Choral Singing Group meets weekly 10.30 am till noon on a Tuesday, during school terms at the Dementia Waikato Rooms at 8 Keddell Street in Frankton.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or Bev Depree on (07) 8479354 or 0272840611, Email email@example.com.