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Join the Network

 

If you lead, organise or volunteer with a choir or singing group which supports or would like to support people affected by dementia, or work in a care or community setting and would like to deliver dementia inclusive singing sessions, you can now join our network by completing a short online form.

If you join the Dementia Inclusive Singing Network you will be able to attend our training and networking meetings.  We know that all singing groups and choirs continue to be affected by the impact of Covid-19. We will explore new ways of working to help communities keep singing and ensure those living with dementia can be part of a group in their local area.

We’re planning a fantastic programme of online events and we’d love you to part of it.

To join the network, please complete the online form. If you have any questions please get in touch with us on the phone number or at the email address at the bottom of this page.  If you would prefer, you can also fill in a contact form on the Contact Us page.

If you do not have an email address and are unable to complete this online form, please contact us to request a hard copy form by post.

Please check that all the required fields are filled in below.

If you lead, organise or volunteer with a choir or singing group which supports or would like to support people affected by dementia, or work in a care or community setting and would like to deliver dementia inclusive singing sessions, you can now join our network by completing a short online form.

If you join the Dementia Inclusive Singing Network you will be able to attend our training and networking meetings.  We know that all singing groups and choirs continue to be affected by the impact of Covid-19. We will explore new ways of working to help communities keep singing and ensure those living with dementia can be part of a group in their local area.

We’re planning a fantastic programme of online events and we’d love you to part of it.

To join the network, please complete the online form. If you have any questions please get in touch with us on the phone number or at the email address at the bottom of this page.  If you would prefer, you can also fill in a contact form on the Contact Us page.

If you do not have an email address and are unable to complete this online form, please contact us to request a hard copy form by post.

Principles of the Dementia Inclusive Singing Network self-evaluation form

 

Self-evaluation form


Sign-up Form

Your personal details will only be used by Luminate to contact you when we need to, and will not be published. If you are currently connected to a choir or singing group, details you provide about your choir / singing group may be shared and published online.

Answers marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

Please check that all the required fields are filled in below.

Contact Details

These details will be only be used by Luminate to contact you when we need to, and will not be published.
Answers marked with an asterisk (*) are required.








What support would be most helpful to you now?










Are you currently connected to a choir or singing group?

Details about your choir / singing group may be shared and published online. Answers marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

Choir / Singing Group Details

This information will be published online. Answers marked with an asterisk (*) are required.














Where the group normally meets for sessions

This information will be used to automatically plot your choir / singing group location. Answers marked with an asterisk (*) are required.



We will plot your choir on the map based on the postcode provided above.
Postcodes though can plot a vague area on a map. If you know the exact longitude and latitude, you can enter this below.
Find out your longitude and latitude here: www.latlong.net




Online information about your group















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Tell us more about your choir / singing group

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About your choir or singing group




Please tell us if your group is defined by any characteristics such as culture, heritage, language, age, gender or voice type? Tell us a little about the music you sing and the structure of a typical session.
 

Example

The Singing Network Choir is a fun community choir that was founded in 2019. It is a mixed-voice choir that is open to people of all ages, and new members are always welcome. We sing a wide range of classic songs in lots of styles, from popular hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s, through to traditional Scots songs and songs from the stage and screen. We normally rehearse each Tuesday afternoon for about an hour, including a 15 minute refreshment break. We enjoy socialising over tea and cake at the end of every rehearsal too! For those who wish to take part, we put on an informal performance in May each year for family, friends and members of the local community.

Example only. The Singing Network Choir does not exist.
 

Would you like to add another choir or singing group?

 

Once you submit this form, this page will reload and you will be able to add and edit information about another choir / singing group. Information you have already submitted will not be lost or over-written. You can repeat this process as many times as is necessary.

Luminate will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to publish information about your choir / singing group on the Dementia Inclusive Singing Network website. We treat your data and privacy seriously. We will never sell your data on to any third parties, and will never use it for unscrupulous purposes or to sell you anything.

By joining the Dementia Inclusive Singing Network you consent to Luminate holding and processing your personal details in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

The Privacy Policy can be viewed on the Luminate website: View Privacy Policy.


 
 
 

Discount Deal

A 25% discount on Making Music membership will be offered to choirs and singing groups in the network until 31st March 2021, which is the duration of current funding for the dementia inclusive singing network programme.

Membership will give your group access to support, resources and services (including insurance) designed specifically for the organisers of singing groups, choirs and other leisure time music making groups.

Join online or request a joining pack. Use the discount code ‘DISN’ or contact a member of the Making Music team to make sure that you get your discount.

M4D2020 Musical Map

Have you heard about Music for Dementia 2020? Their mission is to make music available to everyone living with dementia by 2020. They are looking for UK-wide support to help people with dementia find music related events and services in their area.

You can add details about your dementia inclusive choir or singing group to their Musical Map by filling in the application form on their website.

See what events and services are currently listed on the map.

 
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