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Sing together: Group choral singing improves quality of life and mood for people with aphasia

Fogg-Rogers, Laura A.; Purdy, Suzanne C.; McCann, Clare; Talmage, Alison; Leao, Sylvia; Tippett, Lynette; MacPherson, Kathleen; Leung, Joan; Buetow, Stephen

Authors

Suzanne C. Purdy

Clare McCann

Alison Talmage

Sylvia Leao

Lynette Tippett

Kathleen MacPherson

Joan Leung

Stephen Buetow



Presentation Conference Type Conference Paper (unpublished)
Start Date Oct 8, 2012
Publication Date Oct 1, 2012
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
APA6 Citation Fogg-Rogers, L. A., Purdy, S. C., McCann, C., Talmage, A., Leao, S., Tippett, L., …Buetow, S. (2012, October). Sing together: Group choral singing improves quality of life and mood for people with aphasia. Paper presented at Aphasia Rehabilitation International Conference, Melbourne, Australia
Keywords aphasia, stroke, choir, music therapy, group singing, quality of life, mood, rehabilitation
Additional Information Title of Conference or Conference Proceedings : Aphasia Rehabilitation International Conference