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The Silver Song Music Box Winners of Care Home Idol Competition


Users agree that the use of the Silver Song Music Box™ shows a real improvement in alleviat-ing symptoms associated with dementia and they could not be without it!


“When patients respond to song and dance I feel as if I am doing something positive which lifts my mood.” CARER IN A HOME


The Silver Song Music Box™ is used as a tool to engage those living with conditions such as Dementia, Stroke, Parkinson’s and other memory conditions. Singing brings people together and the Silver Song Music Box provides an inclusive activity that delivers excellent cognitive stimulation and reminiscence therapy.


The Silver Song Music BoxTM is available from ‘Sing For Your Life’, a registered charity that seeks to improve the health and wellbeing of older people through music.


New Updated Tablet Version Coming Soon


For an Information Pack or to book a demonstration call 01303 298546 or visit www.singforyourlife.org.uk


CALMING, EXCITING, RELAXING AND GREAT FUN! Find out more at www.singforyourlife.org.uk


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