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Listening to music can really help improve the quality of life for a person living with dementia. 

Playlist for Life provides tools, training and information to help individuals and organisations harness the power of music, encouraging people to use music to connect with friends and relatives who have dementia.

Alzheimer’s Society have online resources designed to get people talking about the music that is important to them and to start building a personal playlist. 

Those who don’t use the internet are sent workbooks to take them through the stages of creating a playlist.

Making a playlist is easy:
1. Find the right music.
2. Put tunes in a list. 
3. Choose how to listen.

For more information, visit


Arthur is a unique product that offers the benefits of musical therapy alongside sensory and tactile stimulation.


Combination of music and sensory/doll therapy.


Built-in music player with 4gb memory and capacity for up to 1000 songs.


Simple to use, simply press the paw and the music begins.


Includes rechargeable Lithium-ion battery (recharge using supplied USB cable).


Automatically switches off after 30 minutes (simply press the paw to continue the music).

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