Dr. Stuart MacDonald shares the significant research findings from an in-depth study conducted at the University of Victoria, BC. The researchers' goal was to examine the impact of singing in a choir on people with dementia, their caregivers, students and friends.
Group singing, as it turns out, has many more benefits than singing solo.
Tune in and discover how group singing not only impacts our psychological health but also our heart, lung and brain health. It may be one of THE best ways to combat social isolation too!
We need to share this healthy intervention "from the mountain tops" and invite people to sing together! It's not just an option, it's a necessity.