Dementia choirs are great.
Singing has been scientifically proven to be good for our health, from getting more oxygen in our blood to improving our mental health. And, singing together means being part of a supportive, social environment where new friendships are made, our confidence is boosted, and we develop a shared sense of identity and pride for the group and its achievements.
So, why not join or set up a local singing group? You could even turn your singing list into a playlist for your members to listen to and enjoy between rehearsals.