Skip to main content

Therapeutic Music Sessions

Kiddleydivey have been providing therapeutic music, and music and movement sessions to vulnerable groups, those with dementia, and the elderly for many years. We have a fantastic reputation which has been built through providing excellent therapeutic music and socialisation sessions to groups and individuals; to support their continued mobility; social interaction; connection with memory; and quality of life.

We provide these services to the residents in care and local community settings. Our mission is simply this – to support quality of life improvement for those we work with.

Our music sessions are therapeutic, lively, fun and interactive. The songs and music we use have been selected using more than 18 years of research into which songs are the most popular and generate the most favourable response from our clients.

We have a different theme for each time we visit – hats, drums, pompoms, scarves to name just a few! Each theme is used to encourage movement – to the degree appropriate to each resident, to engage with past memories, and to promote communication and discussion where appropriate.

Residents who are of more limited capability may be encouraged where appropriate on a one to one basis to create inclusion.

Who to contact

Name
Andy
Position
Therapeutic Music Session leader
Telephone
07850 486070
Email
burystedmunds@kiddleydivey.co.uk
Website
http://www.kiddleydivey.co.uk/adult-franchisees/thetford-ely-bury-st-edmunds
Social Media
 Like us on Facebook
Notes

I run Kiddleydivey Adult sessions in the following areas;

Thetford, Ely, Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket, Barnham, Great Hockham, Watton, Saham Toney, Hilborough, Northwold, Brandon, Mildenhall, Culford, Red Lodge, Barrow, Elmswell, Cockfield, Woolpit, Ixworth, Thurston, Great Barton, Stanton, Westley, as well as the CB6, CB7, CB8 & CB25 post code areas. If your area is not listed, please do still contact me as we are always happy to visit new local areas within our radius. 

Where to go

Other details

Age Groups
Adults
Last Updated
09/09/2019

More like this

Music therapy
Dementia
Dementia
Benefits for older people
Health, well-being and care

Reviews

Sign in to write a review

Back to top