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Group Singing Offers Multiple Benefits for People with Dementia

Guitar3Recently, I wrote about how playing in an orchestra has helped  people living with dementia renew their confidence in themselves.  Another twist on music has now come in a recent report from the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology in London. The researchers describe how both the people in their study who had dementia, as well as their caregivers, benefitted from group singing.This exercise seemed to have much the same effect on the people with the dementia as the orchestra experiment.

Read more on HealthCentral about how group singing care help care partners relate:

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