Music and dementia

Many studies show that music can reduce agitation and ease challenging behaviour, providing a way to connect with the world even when verbal communication has become too difficult. Singing and music groups for people with dementia and their families are becoming increasingly popular and it’s easy to see why. Music can be a great confidence boost, a way to connect and ease isolation or loneliness.

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Quotation mark

It’s very simple to operate; just lift the lid and the music plays, close it and the music stops (a mechanism which older people might be familiar with from record players). It also allows the person with dementia to retain choice about what they listen to, which I feel is very important.