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Guides

The aim of this series is to offer guidance on setting up and running singing groups for people with a range of enduring health issues. 

Our guides are based on previous research, the learning from singing for health projects in the UK, and the practical experience of expert members of the Sidney De Haan Research Centre in establishing and evaluating community singing projects since 2004.

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Singing for people with dementia

This guide provides an overview of the evidence that group singing can be beneficial for people living with dementia. It also gives examples of setting up singing groups for people living in the community who are affected by dementia. This includes care-givers, family members and friends.

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Singing and People with COPD

This guide provides an overview of the evidence that group singing can be beneficial for respiratory health and wellbeing. It also gives information and guidance on setting up singing groups for people living in the community who have experience of diagnosed COPD.

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Singing for Mental Health

This guide provides an overview of the evidence that group singing can be beneficial for mental health and wellbeing.

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Singing and People with Parkinsons

This guide provides an overview of the evidence that group singing can be beneficial for people living with Parkinson’s. It also gives examples of setting up singing groups for people living in the community who are affected by the condition.

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Singing for Health: Tips and Tactics

This guide aims to provide tips and practical advice regarding session management, preparation of mind and body and choice of repertoire for singing for health choirs.

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Last edited: 14/06/2018 14:32:00