The Research Arm Commitment

The Research Arm Commitment

Continued commitment to research through our newly established Research Arm Coordinated in partnership with Dr. Stuart MacDonald, Dr. Debra Sheets and Dr. André Smith from the University of Victoria Voices in Motion is pleased to announce that it will continue its...
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...
The Latest From Our Researchers

The Latest From Our Researchers

The Latest From Our Researchers By Dr. André Smith  |  Researcher  |  Voices in Motion Exploring the embodied, relational, and social impact of choral singing with dementia The study explores the impact of participation in Voices in Motion (ViM), an intergenerational...
Our Next Generation of Researchers

Our Next Generation of Researchers

Our Next Generation of Researchers Interview by Rick Bergh M.Div., CT NT  |  Executive Director  |  Voices in Motion “We are in good hands,” I thought to myself as I met with students from Dr. MacDonald’s Advanced Psychology class at the University of Victoria. These...

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