- Singing and mental health
- Singing and chronic lung disease (Elizabeth)
- Singing older people and dementia (some of my Glee Club)
- Singing and Parkinsons disease (Cecelia)
- Singing and the wellbeing of children and young people (My university students)
Various groups that are working in these populations with singing will be attending these round tables, so it will be participants as well as observers and researchers.
The partner organisation that is working with the De Haan centre is:
Sing for your life
who run over 50 Club sessions per month for older people across the South-East of England.
I am no longer alone in my research!!
It is now my intention to work towards having study leave in the second half of 2010 to go and spend that time based at the De Haan Centre, taking part in research, taking part in training, presenting my own research, learning about how to more effectively research and advocate.
It is about 9 months since I started this blog. My eldest son started me on this trajectory, working where my passion was, and I think that this link is the start of the next chapter in my work and my life. Thank you Matthew!!