I agree with Gill.
All places where people have to visit, or where they live such as care homes or in their own home should be places that are bright and homely. Seeing pieces of artwork or hearing sounds that they know may promote something that they have been interested in. It is important for music to be played at times with classical, pop, folk, country (not just a radio stuck on with a channel that the staff think will do too low to hear,) and then add some quiet times. When music is important the type of music is also important and a whole range of music genres.
It is becoming well known that music is important to people with dementia stimulating some memories, and obviously that music has to be appropriate to each person. In fact we all have different tastes in about everything there is; music, colours, clothes, books, places – the list is…
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