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Music and Movement

Singing group specifically for people living with dementia and their carers
Contact this group
Name: Eleanor Brown
Role: Organiser
Phone: 07920 868848

New members do not need to contact the group before attending a session.

An Drochaid
Claggan Road
Fort William

PH33 6PH
Type of venue
Room in a Community Venue
Venue Accessibility
Disabled Access
Free parking nearby
Refreshments available

More details

Conductor(s) / song leader(s)
Clare Reynolds

The group is small and very welcoming. We are led by a trained music therapist and we sing songs and take turns playing with the different instruments she brings. It is very much a fun activity and no one is expected to sing well, just to take part and join in the fun!

Size of group
Is your group open to the wider community

How the group runs / what kind of support the group offers:
Our conductor(s) / song leader(s) and organiser(s) have had training in dementia inclusion
We are supported by volunteers or paid staff who have had training in dementia inclusion
We are supported by volunteers or paid staff who are able to provide support to group members during sessions where this is needed
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