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Bringing you topical discussion of issues and opportunities for older members of the ex-service community. Episode 3: How singing with others can boost your wellbeing. We talk to members of Military Wives Choirs, which can be found across Scotland and are open to all women in the ex-service community. We also hear from choirmaster Bryan Marshall about his work with older men's choirs and Luminate's Dementia Inclusive Singing Network.
Unforgotten Forces magazine
Inside you’ll find stories about the work and difference made by Unforgotten Forces partner charities and other groups that support older veterans. You’ll also find information about your rights and extra help available to you, as both an older person and a member of the armed forces community. You can also join our mailing list for free postal copies and to receive future issues by email.
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Luminate, Scotland’s creative ageing organisation, has artists embedded in Erskine care homes that support residents to enjoy and benefit from creative activities. For more information about this project contact:
Music in Hospitals & Care offers participative music experiences for older veterans in hospital, care and community settings. For more information about this project contact:
Scottish Older People’s Assembly exists to give a strong voice to older people about their experience of life in Scotland, their challenges, and concerns, and to celebrate the positive contribution that older people make to society. Through Unforgotten Forces it is ensuring it maximises its engagement with older veterans.