Our Dance Science and Health (daSH) programmes are designed to promote overall health and social determinants of health for people across different backgrounds and demographics. Through daSH, we make arts and movement available and possible for everyone.

Dance is an essential, critical and integral intervention in healthcare and can be a valuable approach for improving cognition, promoting physical, social, and mental wellbeing. It can be incorporated into the social prescribing model to help individuals improve their overall health and quality of life.

As a holistic approach to healthcare, the social prescribing model uses the familiar, trusted process of writing a prescription to refer patients to local, non-clinical services. These services aim to support patients in enhancing their overall well-being and developing meaningful relationships within their local community. Studies conducted in countries practicing social prescribing models have shown promising evidence of favorable social returns on investment (SROI) and the potential to reduce healthcare costs.

Organisations we have worked with include: Brahm Centre, Care Community Services Society, Fei Yue The Arts Market, HCA Hospice, Jurong Community Hospital, Lions Befrienders, Methodist Welfare Services, Montfort Care, Our Tampines Hub, Presbyterian Community Services, SASCO, Singapore Association for Mental Health, , St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Luke’s Eldercare, Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charitites, Tsao Foundation, Tzu Chi, Yong-En Care Centre, and more.

We’re able to bring our daSH programme to a variety of settings:
Active Ageing Centres
Day Care Cetres
Retirement communities
Nursing home facilities
Community Hospitals

We can work with you to bring our existing programmes to your community, or work with you to design a programme that meets your needs.

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