Playlist for Life is a wonderful thing! You've no idea how happy it makes me. I don't don't need to remember I've got dementia. I can just put my playlist on and I'm dancing and singing my heart out.
Carol Topper who lives with young onset dementia. Carol first came across Playlist for Life at our Help Point in St Andrew’s Church in Carluke where she was supported to make a playlist by volunteers from the local school.
Did you know?
The number of families living with dementia is increasing. There are currently 900,000 people living with dementia in the UK. But by 2040 experts believe dementia could affect 1.6 million of us. Already, one in three of us will experience dementia or care for someone with dementia in our lifetime.
A word about safeguarding
How the course works
This online training course will take you through the simple lessons in the grid below. You can go through them in any order you like.
You can logout at any time. When you return, just start back at your last incomplete lesson.
At the end of each lesson you’ll notice a button labelled ‘Flag as complete’. When you’re sure you’ve learned everything in that lesson click that button and you’ll be able to move on to the next lesson.
If you have any issues using the website please get in touch using the ‘Contact support’ link in the footer of every page.
So plug in your headphones, or turn on your speakers, and enjoy this introduction to Playlist for Life!