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Art forms

Our research has covered a diverse range of art forms, studying their impact on health and wellbeing for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Singing is a form of musical participation and expression open to everyone. The Centre has conducted substantial research, on the benefits of singing in contributing to the quality of life and wellbeing of people with long-term health conditions.

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Dance has many health, social and creative benefits for all ages not only physical. The Centre has been involved in researching the benefits of participatory Dance for Dementia and Dance for Falls Prevention.

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Historically and cross-culturally, music has been regarded as a powerful ‘therapeutic’ medium, evidence suggests it can help people with significant physical and mental health problems and challenges.

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Imaginative play structured and supported by skilled artists can tackle real life challenges in a safe, creative space - fostering the potential for greater self-confidence, self-expression and mental wellbeing.

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Imaginative play structured and supported by skilled artists can tackle real life challenges in a safe, creative space - fostering the potential for greater self-confidence, self-expression and mental wellbeing.

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