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Senior Singing Group

Senior Dance
Playing Guitar

We offer online, interactive, live group singing sessions led by a trained Music Therapist.
We also have limited availability for in person visits.

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"Beautiful, life-enhancing Music Sessions with a trained professional, offered at a very affordable price."

This Inner Voice offers weekly, online singing sessions. These are interactive, live sessions that give participants the opportunity to join in and make song requests supported by their regular care assistant(s) as needed. Song texts are visible in large font on the screen and hard copies of the words are also available. An hour of time is given in total which includes 45 minutes of music so that there is plenty of time allowed to sort out the tech! We also offer a free set up/trial session to make sure that it all works properly.

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Online Singing Sessions

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Research proves that singing together as a group, especially for older people, offers a massive number of benefits that can significantly enhance their quality of life. This collective musical experience can be a powerful and emotionally enriching activity, making it a perfect choice for care homes. 

Social Connection: Singing as a group fosters a sense of belonging and community. For older people, who may sometimes feel isolated or lonely, this can be a vital lifeline. It's an opportunity to make new friends, strengthen existing bonds, and build a support within the home and other participating homes.

Emotional Well-being: Music has the unique ability to evoke emotions and memories. Singing songs from their past can trigger positive feelings, reduce anxiety, and provide an emotional outlet. 

Cognitive Stimulation: Singing engages the brain on multiple levels. Learning lyrics, melodies, and harmonies exercises memory and cognitive functions. It's a fun and effective way to keep the mind active and alert.

Physical Benefits: Singing requires controlled breathing and vocalization. It's a low-impact physical activity that can improve lung function, posture, and overall well-being. For older individuals, this can be a gentle form of exercise.

Stress Reduction: Singing releases endorphins, reducing stress and promoting relaxation. It's a wonderful tool for managing the everyday stresses of life and can improve the quality of sleep.

Communication Skills: Group singing encourages effective communication. Participants learn to listen, follow instructions, and coordinate with others. These skills are transferable to daily life and can help in other aspects of social interaction.

Sense of Achievement: Successfully singing a song or mastering a harmony can be incredibly fulfilling. It boosts self-esteem and provides a sense of achievement, regardless of the participant's musical background.

 

For care homes, offering online singing sessions led by a trained music therapist is an excellent way to tap into these benefits. The therapist can tailor sessions to the needs and preferences of the group, ensuring that everyone can participate and enjoy the experience. It's a cost-effective and accessible way to bring the magic of music into the lives of older individuals, no matter where they are.

The convenience of online sessions means that care homes can provide these opportunities regularly, enhancing the well-being of their residents without the need for physical transportation.

Group singing is a powerful tool for promoting the well-being of older people. Its social, emotional, cognitive, and physical benefits make it a valuable addition to the activities offered in care homes. Online sessions led by trained music therapists can make this experience easily accessible and enrich the lives of many older individuals.

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