A playlist of personally meaningful music
can help people living with dementia
Making a playlist is easy
Put the tunes
into a list
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Help a loved one living with dementia discover the unique soundtrack of their life
A personalised playlist is a low-cost and unique tool which can bring joy and highlight the ‘me’ in dementia. From managing symptoms of dementia to strengthening connections with family and carers, a playlist has so many benefits.
My grandad has two types of dementia but every time I listen to Elvis Presley’s Can’t Help Falling In Love with him, he sings every word perfectly.
National Playlist Day 2024
Save the date: 20th September 2024
A day to celebrate the power of meaningful music for people living with dementia. Could you support the campaign?
Start building a playlist for yourself or someone else today. Resources available in 10 languages.
Hear directly from families and carers using personalised playlists every day.
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Whether you’re a healthcare or social care professional, student or simply want to learn more about playlists, we have a course for you! We have trained over 8000 people so far.
GSK Impact Awards 2020
[Playlist for Life] has taken a simple concept and used it to deliver profound results, providing a way to connect to the past and help families living with dementia. Its evidence-based approach is highly impressive, with trials in hospitals and care homes showing that people with dementia need less medication when Playlist for Life is included in their care.
Director of UK and Ireland Charitable Partnerships at GSK
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Winner - ScottishPower Foundation Awards
Community Engagement Award 2022
This award recognises the work of charities who have made a positive impact to both their immediate target group and the wider community, working in partnership to enact long-lasting change.
Watch the below video to hear directly from families and healthcare professionals who have used Playlist for Life.