Why Social Singing?

Why Social Singing?

Why Social Singing? Research Update By Dr. Stuart MacDonald  |  Researcher  |  Voices in Motion Social Singing Counters Stigma And Social Isolation: Stigma represents one of the biggest barriers to living with dignity following a dementia diagnosis. According to the...
A Bright Spot During COVID

A Bright Spot During COVID

A Bright Spot During COVID By Margaret Gavin  |  Participant  |  Voices in Motion I have joined the Sing-along every week since it started. I never miss it because I love the selection of songs, Erica’s amazing voice & wonderful piano-playing and Rick’s...
ViM Goes International

ViM Goes International

ViM Goes International By By Stan and Susan Kriegel  |  Participants  |  Voices in Motion Our involvement with Voices in Motion is purely by chance. Deciding that remote learning might offer opportunities for singing, I googled choirs and discovered ViM. Researching...
Cooking with the Choir Zooms into Life

Cooking with the Choir Zooms into Life

“Cooking with the Choir” Zooms into Life By Andrea Warner   |  Board Member  |  Voices in Motion On March 21 of this year, we enjoyed getting to know more about four of the Cooking with the Choir recipes, and the people and stories behind them. Rick conducted...
Honouring Our Caregivers

Honouring Our Caregivers

Honouring Our Caregivers By Rick Bergh   |  Executive Director  |  Voices in Motion COVID has been particularly hard on caregivers. Restrictions have made it even more challenging. As I engage caregivers in our choir, I am deeply touched by their daily commitment to...

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