Playlist for Life, is a music and dementia charity trying to reach as many older people and those living with dementia.
Community groups in the area are being encouraged to help bring the power of personal music to help those living dementia by setting up a Playlist for Life Help Point. A Help Point is a place where people can get information about creating and using a personal playlist to help someone living with dementia. There will be many people who are using the services who would benefit from our free resources or they may know someone who would benefit.
Many local community organisations and care providers in the area have already signed up as a Help Point information point and I wondered if you would be interested? You could sign post people to our website and/or share resources with anyone you come into contact with?
This is very much an intergenerational project and it would be great to get people of all ages involved. There maybe family/friends who could help make playlists of religious songs/prays for people who are shielding or isolated?
Sign-up to be a Help Point and get access to our free webinar on how to share the power of personal music in your community. You’ll also receive free materials to distribute to people in your community. Please see attached image of resources you will receive free.
Sign up at www.playlistforlife.org.uk/apply-help-point/ or get in touch with me and I am happy to sign you up on your behalf?
There are free webinars available for anyone who is interested in learning more about Music Detective Skills. Please click here to book your place; https://www.playlistforlife.org.uk/book-webinars/
Click here for our free resources; www.playlistforlife.org.uk/resources and we have them available in different languages.
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