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Music making for Resilience and Recovery - an invitation to all carers

Published: 22/06/2017
Did you know that music making with others, can help to support resilience and recovery?


Quench arts and Recovery College for All would like to invite all carers to join them at the Afro-Caribbean Millennium Centre, 339 Dudley Road, Winson Green B18 4HB for a fun practical music session, to discover how music making can build resilience.
 
Quench Arts have previously offered music making and song writing sessions to young people but now also see the immense benefit that creative activity can have on carers too.
 
These sessions are taking place on Monday 10 July from 1.00pm to 3.30pm and Wednesday 26 July again from 1.00pm to 3.30pm.
 
Take part in a typical group music-making session as participants to write a group song whilst also hearing about the therapeutic benefits of music-making and how it can develop a whole range of transferable skills to help recovery. No experience necessary, just enthusiasm to have a go!
 
All instruments, tuition and recording equipment will be available on site at the Afro Caribbean Millennium Centre.  

 
Places are limited and must be booked in advance via the Recovery College for All team. To book, contact the team on 0121 301 1040 or email recovery.college@bsmhft.nhs.uk



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