Headstrong in Song has funding!
We relaunch on the 10th of April ’18
Headstrong in Song is a therapeutic singing group designed for those affected by an acquired neurological condition.
With the help of dalton creatives, we have received a generous grant from The Roselands Trust.
This funding has gone a long way to help secure nearly a full year of sessions.
Do you know someone living with a neurological condition
such as Parkinson’s, Stroke, Dementia, MS, Brain Injury etc?
We sing familiar songs and learn new ones.
We strengthen co-ordination and the connection between body and mind through the use of equipment such as a parachute, beanbags and percussion etc.
Singing improves mood and overall health.
Singing familiar songs in a fun and stimulating group helps:
*Release ‘feel good’ chemicals
*Boost the immune system
*Exercise the respiratory system
*Flex the brain
1.30pm Refreshments and social time.
2-3pm Singing led by Ali Rigg, followed by more refreshments.
£3 per session.
Held at Dalton Community Centre, 21 Nelson Street, Dalton-in-Furness, LA15 8AF
For more information call Ali on 07812 155104 firstname.lastname@example.org
Supported by The Roselands Trust
Video – Headstrong in Song welcome song
Video – Blowing kisses in the warm up.
HuddleHub article about this work – Woman of the week