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February Gathering for Network Members

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Free to attend, but places are open to Dementia Inclusive Singing Network members only.

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February Gathering for Network Members: Planning for the return of in-person group sessions, led by Alison Reeves from Making Music

Join us at our monthly gathering for members of the Dementia Inclusive Singing Network. These gatherings provide a relaxed and informal online space for members to raise questions, discuss experiences and share learning relating to dementia inclusive singing.

February’s gathering will focus on some of the essentials choir and singing group leaders and organisers will have to consider in their planning for the return of in-person sessions, rehearsals and performances. The event will be led by Alison Reeves, Making Music Manager for Scotland. Some of the broad topics covered will include:

  • Where to look for guidance?
  • Keeping singers, volunteers and carers in the discussion (surveying etc.)
  • Creating Covid-secure activities
  • Creating Covid-secure venues
  • Risk factors and mitigation 

This event is being delivered via Zoom. Email your full name to to book your place, letting us know if you have any online access needs. After booking, you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the meeting. If you have a question or topic you’d like discussed at the event, please let us know when you book your place.

If you’re not yet a network member, please follow this link and complete the short online form to join the Dementia Inclusive Singing Network:

You can call Luminate on 0131 668 8066 or email with any questions.

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