Links to other websites

Please note, we are not responsible for the contents of other websites.

SYHO work closely with the Sidney De Haan Research Centre in Folkestone, to help make the case for singing and health.

Like them, we believe that music therapy should be available as part of the NHS.        Sidney De Haan

SYHO is a member group of the Equal Lives (formerly known as Norfolk Coalition Of Disabled People) "Disability" is used to cover not only physical impairments and illnesses, but visual impairments, mental health problems, learning difficulties, and any condition that may leave you disadvantaged by society

Equal Lives website

We are also members of Vountary Norfolk

and Community Action Norfolk

Some Singing websites:

 

SimplySing   A singing group based in King's Lynn

 

Come Singing Singing group for people of all ages living with Dementia.

 

Natural Voice Practitioners Network    An organisation for voice coaches who use similar methods to our voice coaches.

 

Good Vibrations by Stacy Horn

A great piece of film about why we should all sing

 

A small ladies 4 part harmony choir based in Norwich meets in the Blind Social Club just off of St. Augustines. This is for the blind/partially sighted and sighted and meets twice monthly  on Wednesdays from 2 - 4pm.  details phone Wendy 01953 884950

 

Arts for Dementia

A Countrywide website with details of activities for people with dementia.

 

Musequality  Is a charity helping children in developing countries to make music. It was founded by David Juritz who has been involved with SYHO in the past. Norfolk & Norwich Festival  The Asylum Band  Our History

Some websites you might find helpful if you have had mental health problems.

 

Equal Lives Information, advice and avocacy service can provide support in many ways, such as finding out about benefits or services you may be entitled to, and helping you to access these.

 

Wellbeing service   here is where you can refer yourself to the mental health Wellbeing service. This is a good place to start if you feel you may need some help

 

Norwich & Central Norfolk Mind  Offer support to people living in these areas

 

West Norfolk Mind  Offer similar support in West Norfolk

 

Rethink  Provide support for people with mental heath problems, especially schizophrenia and psychosis

 

Norfolk & Suffolk Foundation Trust   Provide all the NHS mental health services, and have lots of useful information on their website

 

Green Gym  Get outdoors and active for your wellbeing and to help with conservation projects.