1,000 UK libraries are now signed up as Playlist for Life Help Points, making our resources accessible to local communities through dementia-friendly social inclusion.
This Libraries Week, we celebrate hitting the huge milestone of 1,000 UK library Help Points now signed up to our community network — around a quarter of all British libraries! (Source: Statistica) We’ll be sharing insights into the valuable work our Help Points are doing to support those living with dementia in their community through the power of personalised playlists, and encouraging others to join our growing Help Point Network.
Join our UK-wide network
How do I sign up?
If you work in a library and would like to learn more about becoming a Playlist for Life help point, you can apply here to join our growing network! Every organisation that becomes a Help Point receives a welcome pack containing:
And it’s not just libraries that can join the Help Point network. Any organisation that can provide free advice, support or activity to people affected by dementia are invited to apply, from grassroots community groups to libraries, dementia cafes, sports clubs, community Police stations and GP Surgeries. No matter how you reach your community, there are multiple ways for you to set up your Help Point and share the power of personal music.
Help Point Network
All of our Help Points are automatically invited to join a network of over 2,000 organisations supporting our work to share ideas and experiences.
Help Point Newsletter
You’ll receive all our latest Help Point news, training, and top tips straight to your inbox.
Zoom Drop In Sessions
You can join our weekly Zoom drop ins, Fridays at 10-11am on Zoom, for the chance to chat to a Playlist for Life Team member and network and share ideas with other Help Points.