Therapeutic Singing

PwP often experience an ever-quieter speaking voice, difficulty with enunciation and with swallowing.  There are two therapeutic singing / musical programs for PwP and their care partners: Tremble Clefs and AudAbility.  They’re so much fun, and have demonstrated benefits for voice, breathing and swallowing. And you don’t have to be able to carry a tune or read music!

Tremble Clefs was created more than twenty years ago by Karen Hesley, who serves today as TC Board President.  They recently incorporated as a non-profit.  They have chapters in San Diego, Encinitas, Orange County, Phoenix, and other communities nationwide.  Tremble Clefs establishes singing groups in which individuals share in a joyful activity with therapeutic results and work toward a common goal. 

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Participation in a Tremble Clefs singing program can help address voice and communications problems through breathing, stretching and posture activities, vocal exercise, rhythm and movement, and a strong social support system.