Aimed at individuals working in healthcare and social care (such as GPs, nurses, NHS link workers, individuals from small care homes, etc.), our professional course explains the benefits of using personalised playlists to support those living with dementia by building and integrating playlists into your work.
- 2 x 120 minute webinars with group activities and opportunities to try techniques with fellow learners and our expert trainers
- Work through online course content at your own pace
I must pay tribute to the pioneering work of the charity Playlist for Life. Their work creating personal playlists for people with dementia led to a in the need for psychotropic medication at one care home. This is the kind of cheap, easy-to-use social prescription that I'm fully behind.
MP, Secretary of State for Health & Social Care
Skills and knowledge
Discover the science behind the power of personalised playlists
Learn how personalised music can reduce the need for drugs
Become a Music Detective and learn how to identify the soundtrack to
Learn how to get started making playlists in a care setting
Strengthen your existing services through the use of playlists
Practice your playlisting skills with other professionals
Work with your Playlist for Life trainer and fellow learners to plan how you will use playlists in your setting
Webinars for this course are scheduled for the following dates. Attendance at both webinars is necessary to pass the course. You will be asked to choose your preferred dates when you purchase the course.
Webinars are held on Thursdays and each webinar runs from 10.30am – 12.30pm.
- 4th Mar & 11th Mar
- 22nd Apr & 29th Apr
- 13th May & 20th May
- 3rd Jun & 10th Jun
Please note: as the webinars consist of group activities and discussion we need a minimum of 4 people to run a webinar. If you have purchased a course and the minimum number is not reached for your webinar you will be given the option to reschedule to a different date or to receive a refund of your course fee.