Finding your voice and having fun!
Sing with no worry about words or reading!
Sing and make a noise for enjoyment!
Build confidence, make friends!
Sam, who is a musical director of La La Choirs, leads the singing.
She understands that singing benefits the body and the soul. Sam is trained in aphasia and everyone can join in at their own pace.
She achieves a fantastic sound from everyone – and you’ll leave with a smile on your face.
Come along – we’d love to meet you!
When and where?
2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. Meeting dates 2019
Mint Methodist Church, Fore Street, Exeter EX4 3AT from 2.00 – 4.00pm.
Relatives, friends and carers are very welcome to join in. Friendly volunteers help out too.
Sing Aphasia with children from Wellington School, Taunton at our anniversary party.
“The singing sessions help us bring our voice out louder and stronger, and that is beautifully possible without having to remember what we are going to say or finding a word to express ourselves. Sam helps build the energy to break boundaries in speech and in the process, build strong friendships.”
“The singing sessions have positively impacted my life. Come along to our next singing session and discover the positive energy within.”
Nearby car parks are at Smythen St and Mary Arches.
Buses arrive in the Exeter High Street.
For help with transport: Support in your Area
Living with Aphasia is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation.
Registered with the UK Charity Commission on 28 Feb 2017
Charity number 1171831.