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You’ve got this!

By joining us you are adding your voice to our campaign for music to be recognised and valued across society as a necessity for people living with dementia.

34.5 million people in the UK – that’s more than half the population – know someone living with dementia. It touches everyone, both the old and young, mothers,  fathers, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, grandparents and friends.

The stark truth is that the number of people dignosed with dementia is predicted to almost double by 2040 to 1.6 million.

Until we have a cure for dementia, we must work to help improve quality of life.

We can all play a role because we have the wonderful gift of music which is proven to transform the quality of life for people living with this condition.

I believe in the power of music

By joining us, you are telling the world you believe in the power of music to transform the lives of people living with dementia and those around them.

The Music for Dementia campaign is conducting the choir and we need as many participants as possible to make as much music noise as they can, in tune with us.

Do one thing today

Doing one thing today will inspire others to join us. We need everyone singing from the same hymn sheet to make music readily available for people living with dementia.

Help make music a part of someone’s life today, click here for more information

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Post on social media about why you think music matters for people living with dementia

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Tag 5 friends suggesting they join us

Share your story of why music for dementia matters to you

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Our campaign

We want everyone living with dementia to have meaningful music in their lives whenever they want to hear it.

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Our story

The campaign was set up in response to the ILC-UK Commission report, published in 2018.

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Campaign resources

Help spread the word about the campaign – send a letter, use social media, tell friends and family about the power of music.

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