• Anita Connell

Music and dementia - handle with care

Knowing when and how to use music as a therapeutic intervention in dementia care isn't always easy. Music can be such a useful tool to relieve anxiety, support communication and elevate mood but how can we handle it with care to realise those benefits?

New research has just been published to guide the most effective use of music in dementia care. Visit Dementia Australia or visit the link to read more.

If you need any further support in using music to enhance quality of life for those with dementia, please email who can provide some free resources to help.

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