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- On 1st April 2017
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Singing can act as a powerful form of therapy for those with dementia, helping with memory and recall, but also encouraging social interaction, movement and wellbeing
Music and singing have long been used as a means of therapy for people with dementia – and with good reason. Not only an enjoyable activity, singing provides an interactive experience for both those with dementia and their carers, offering an outlet for self-expression in a safe, supportive and sociable environment.