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Music-based therapy for people living with dementia

Music can play a vital role in the daily care for people living with dementia - it stirs memories, reduces agitation and creates moments of joyful connection - but sometimes it can be difficult to know how to start! Our series takes participants through useful exercises, practical tips and lively songs to get engaged and activated! Half of the series is made up of Singing workshops, with a focus on Speech & Language Therapy, and the other half is Dance workshops coupled with Physiotherapy

If you sign up to take part in the sessions, you will receive one email per week containing a specialist exercise video and guidance on how to join in safely. And we can accompany you on this journey - during the 12 weeks, you will also have the opportunity to have a consultation with our Speech & Language therapist or Physiotherapist, to speak about any specific issues you, or the person you care for, might be facing.

To sign up to receive this email package, please fill out the form below, and we will be in touch.

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If you live in the North West of The UK, and would like more information about the workshops when we launch them again in community settings, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.