There are still places available on a Musicality programme for people living with Parkinson’s in Angus.
The Musicality for Parkinson’s programme is run by Tayside Healthcare Arts Trust (THAT) in association with NHS Tayside and Creative Scotland.
The eight-week Musicality programme focuses on the benefits of singing and exploring the participants’ creativity through music as a fun and enjoyable activity.
Singer and musician Alice Marra will work with the group to develop their singing voices through a number of different songs and rhythm exercises.
THAT promotes the therapeutic value of arts-based programmes to enhance quality of life, to promote social inclusion and to empower the individual to make an important contribution to their health and wellbeing.
The sessions will commence on Thursday, April 23, until Thursday, June 11, at The Old and Abbey Church in Arbroath.
The programme is also open to the participant’s carer or family member if they wish to accompany them.
For more information about the programme contact Karine Neill on 01382 835509 or email firstname.lastname@example.org