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Singing for Memory

 

Supporting people living with conditions affecting memory.

Singing for Memory is a singing session providing a friendly and stimulating social environment, bringing together people who are living with conditions that affect memory, along with their carers.

Singing for Memory is not only an enjoyable activity; it provides a way for people to express themselves and socialise with others in a fun and supportive group. These engaging activities build on the preserved memory for song and music in the brain.

ALL MEMBERS OF THE WIDER COMMUNITY ARE WARMLY WELCOMED

Every Monday Finchley Reform Synagogue, 101 Fallow Court Avenue, London N12 0BE

A suggested donation of £5.00 per person is welcome. Refreshments are served. If you wish to attend please fill in the application form on the top right. If you have any questions, please call 020 8446 3244 or email frs@frs.org.uk

About Emily, our Music Therapist;

My name is Emily and I have been very lucky to be able to work with people who are living with conditions that affect memory, along with their family and carers for the past five years. We have seen our group grow and grow since reopening last year. At singing for memory we use the power of music and song to feel connected, using our voices has physiological and emotional benefits. From singing songs we know to improvising music, we can express different emotions through song and be together in a warm and friendly environment.

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Wed, 12 June 2024 6 Sivan 5784