main entrance of Rotherham Hospital was filled with the voices of talented
students earlier this week in recognition of World Voice Day on 16 April.
than 20 musical theatre and dance students from Rotherham College’s joined
Speech and Language Therapists from The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust to raise
awareness and celebrate the voice.
Voice Day is an annual event which aims to highlight the importance of looking
after your voice. A number of Speech and Language Therapists were on hand
during the celebrations to provide patients and visitors to the hospital with
advice and guidance on a range of simple voice exercises.
Radford, Clinical Specialist Speech and Language Therapist at The Rotherham NHS
Foundation Trust, said: “We can often take our voices for granted and it isn’t
until the voice is affected that we realise how much we rely on it in everyday
wanted to celebrate World Voice Day by showcasing how powerful it can be, how
people should look after it and what support is available for people with voice
students from Rotherham College helped demonstrate voice exercises as well as
performing a number of songs including Oh Happy Days, Katy Perry’s Roar and a
host of Motown classics.
can find out more about World Voice Day by visiting https://www.britishvoiceassociation.org.uk/world-voice-day.htm.