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About the campaign
How music helps?
Music brings people together
Music supports mental health
Music supports communication and self-expression
Music supports care
What do a 2-year-old and a 102-year-old have in common?
Playing the keyboard again – Fred’s Story
Hearing my father sing for the first time
Nothing else compares to music
Music and the brain
Research – Making the case for music
What can I do?
Listen to music
Create a playlist – listen to recorded music
Experience and participate in live music making
Work with a music therapist
Ask all care workers to make music a part of the daily care plan
Advice for carers
Advice for people living at home
Advice for care home professionals
Training for care workers by music therapists
Advice for musicians and music therapists
Advice for music volunteers
Hearing loss, dementia and music
I have a question about music and dementia
Ambassador & Patrons
BBC Radio 6 presenter Lauren Laverne appointed ambassador for Music for Dementia campaign
Music is the golden thread of care
Music connects people with dementia even in the remotest of areas
Salisbury care home keeps residents engaged through the power of music.
The power of music for people living with dementia is even on the walls at the new Warminster Day Centre.
The power of storytelling
It’s not all Vera Lynn, we want raps, choirs and singing groups.
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