Members of the P.E.I. Chapter of Parkinson Canada are participating in two hour-long sessions called Singing with Parkinson's. It's being offered through the Confederation Centre of the Arts by Toronto actress Paula Wolfson.
Wolfson participated in research through Ryerson University that highlighted the benefits of singing to alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson's. She is starting a non-profit organization to help people across Canada.
"We're not a choir, it's not about what we sound like, it's about how we sing together and what we take from that," said Wolfson. READ MORE