Together in Sound Braintree
A new, free interactive music therapy group in Braintree for those living with dementia and their companions
About Together in Sound
Saffron Hall, Braintree Museum and Anglia Ruskin University are pleased to be working in partnership alongside Braintree Museum to provide the opportunity for people living with dementia and their carers to attend a music therapy group.
Together in Sound music therapy groups aim to bring the power of music to those living with dementia. We’ll focus on joint music-making and listening with a goal of supporting communication, relationships, and increasing quality of life through a collaborative group process. There will be opportunities to sing, play and listen to live music together, with weekly sessions led by music therapists and visiting professional musicians from Saffron Hall's programme. There is an informal sharing and celebration with friends and family toward the end of the 10 week programme.
Together in Sound groups have been running in Saffron Walden since 2018 and we are delighted to now offer these sessions in Braintree!
Apply for Together in Sound Braintree
We are currently welcoming applications to join Together in Sound Braintree this Autumn, or in Spring 2024
The Autumn Term continues until Thursday 30th November
Spring Term 2024
Taster Session Thursday 11th January
Weekly sessions commence: Thursday 19th January
Final session: Friday 21st March
Once we have received your application a member of the Together in Sound team will be in touch. We will invite all applicants to the taster session, which will give everybody a chance to get a flavour of the project before deciding to join us for the term.
There are currently two groups:
Please make sure you tell us your availability on the Together in Sound Braintree application form.
The taster sessions and weekly sessions will take place at Braintree Museum, Manor Street, Braintree, CM7 3HW.
Free of charge to all participants.
The groups are for anyone living with a diagnosis of dementia and their main carer, friend or relative who is consistently able to accompany. The groups are run by a registered Music Therapist and Music Therapy students from Anglia Ruskin University.
The quickest way to apply is by completing our online application form on a computer, tablet or smart phone
Get in touch
If you'd like to find out more before you apply, or you would like us to email or post you the application form, please get in touch with Braintree District Museum:
By phone: 01376 328868
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org