Tag Archives: Singing Together Groups

Exploring the Value and Benefits of Music for People With Dementia (ILC-UK / Commission on Dementia and Music)

Summary A report from the International Longevity Centre UK covers the potential roles of therapeutic music services, and digital music streaming technologies, for people living with dementia. “If music publishers and streaming platforms could make music available for free or … Continue reading

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Dementia Friends: Supporting People With Dementia at Christmas (Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / PHE / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) and Alzheimer’s Society have released an impressive professional quality “With a little help from my friends” musical video, to raise dementia awareness during the festive season. The aim of this captivating pop video is to … Continue reading

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Singing For People With Dementia (Canterbury Christ Church University / Musicae Scientiae)

Summary This brief guide explores the potential benefits for people living with dementia of participation in dementia-focused singing groups. It presents evidence and experience from music practitioners and health researchers at the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and … Continue reading

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Effects of Music Therapy on BPSD (Ageing Research Reviews / Age UK / Nursing Standard)

Summary The authors of this study investigated the effects of music therapy on the Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD), cognitive function and activities of daily living in patients with dementia. Indications are that music therapy is effective for … Continue reading

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