Studies have proven music and singing to have a positive cognitive benefit on older people and especially anyone living with a dementia (even late stage). Singing well-loved favourite tunes have been found to unlock previous memories and aid social functionaing.

  • improves brain function - singing learnt songs can unlock dormant memories in those with dementia
  • create a sense of community - singing as part of a group can be a fun, bonding activity, helping to build empathy with others
  • lower stress levels - studies show that singing can decrease blood pressure, while focusing on lyrics relaxes and calms the mind
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Cheerleader Pom Pom (set of 2)


Bring a touch of the USA to your fitness session with these fun pom poms. Easy grip handles attached to tinsel strands that will delight participants of all ages. *MULTIBUY OFFER.

From £5.39

Game Bundle - Get Singing *OUT OF STOCK


Perfect for all music lovers, our set has all you need to play and sing along to all your 70s favourite hits. Great for care home activity coordinators as we have done the hard work for you in selecting items that are suitable for all abilities and means everyone can participate in the activity session.