• At The Brain Charity's centre
  • In the community
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  • At The Brain Charity's centre
  • In the community
  • Online

The Brain Charity

The Brain Charity centre from Norton Street

Norton Street
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Workshops for people with dementia

Masthead image for the music makes us dementia workshops at The Brain Charity

Living with dementia can be frightening, isolating and often bewildering.

Music can play a vital role in the daily care for people living with dementia. It stirs memories, reduces agitation, stimulates endorphins and creates moments of joyful connection. But sometimes, it can be difficult to know where to start.

The Brain Charity’s Music Makes Us! project provides speech & language therapy via engaging singing workshops (read Hazel and Robert’s story here), and physiotherapy through dance sessions (read John and his daughter Caroline’s experience here).

How can I take part?

We have created a free, online 12-week programme which can be accessed by anyone in the world via our YouTube channel.

Care home resident participates in a Music Makes Us! SALT through singing class from The Brain Charity in Liverpool
Care home resident participates in one of The Brain Charity’s Music Makes Us! sessions for people affected by dementia

How to join in

To sign up for the virtual video-based programme, complete the form below.

Sign up to Music Makes Us! Online

Register now to receive our 12-week dementia video programme.

You can choose to receive full weekly emails for carers or a simplified dementia-friendly version to go straight to the participant. The simplified version does not mention dementia. If you would like this, tick yes to ‘receive non-dementia version’ below.

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Thank you to Quilter Cheviot Investment Management for making these music-based dementia therapy workshops possible.

This project is sponsored by Quilter Cheviot Investment Management