Music supports people living with dementia to communicate beyond words, helping them to connect with others. It supports emotional health and wellbeing, particularly at a time when emotions can be overwhelming or difficult to process or manage. It has a valuable role to play in enhancing quality of life and supporting carers in their vital roles.
Click on the videos below to see for yourself the power of music has on dementia.
Power of Music & Dementia – Beatie Wolfe
Music & Memory – Story of Henry – Man In Nursing Home Reacts To Hearing Music From His Era
Live Music Now – What difference does music make to residents?
Live Music Now – How do care staff feel about music
Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of the Care Quality Commission.
Her views on music in care homes.
Care England – A choir in every care home
LA Times NewStory Fesitival 2018 – Beatie Wolfe – The Power of Music & Dementia
Music Therapy in action
Camerata in the Community: Music in Mind