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Virtual Singing Group
The Hospice’s Virtual Singing Group is run by Hospice volunteers and supported by Oli King, our Music Therapist.
Music Therapy is a form of emotional support that uses music. The aims are therapeutic and the power of music is harnessed in order to work towards mutually agreed aims.
Who can attend?
This group is aimed at encouraging everyone in the Hospice community to sing. It is increasingly well documented that regular singing has significant health and psychological benefits.
These virtual sessions will take place using the online communication tool Zoom.
Before you attend one of our Virtual Singing sessions, if you could read some guidance and information we would be most grateful. You can read the guidance and information by clicking here.
To enable you to join Virtual Singing sessions you will need to have Zoom downloaded.
The tool is free to download, and you can do so by clicking here. To save time on the day it might be a good idea to download in advance.
When signing up it will ask for a work email address, please don’t worry just use the address you usually use.
When does it run?
Virtual Singing Group – every Monday (except Bank Holidays), 10.30am – 11.15am.
You can access the session by clicking here. The meeting ID is: 885 2937 6789 and the passcode: 564456. Please note, there will also be no session on 24 August.
Due to the coronavirus, all of our face-to-face support groups and sessions in the community and at the Hospice are not currently running at this time. This includes activities usually held at the Haverhill Hub.