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Singalongs

Our singalongs are carefully crafted to help people living with dementia connect with memories and emotions. We start by selecting positive, uplifting, and familiar songs. Then we create recordings, usually featuring piano and a strong melody line. Most of our songs are recorded in lower keys than originals, making them easier for older ears to hear and older voices to sing. Then we add an engaging singalong leader, easy-to-read lyrics, and strong visual clues.

Residents at memory care facilities often share with us how they connect with the songs. Mary said the music made her remember when she was a little girl singing with her mother. Carol told us she knows all the songs because she played the piano while her husband sang. Norman said “all of the songs make me happy.” Pat told us: “You gave us a connection we haven’t had in so long.”

If you are caring for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, please try our free online library of singalong songs and shows. Singing together can create new moments of joy and connection for you and your loved one.

Online Library of Singalong Shows

Online Library of Singalong Songs

 

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singalongs

Our singalongs feature an engaging singer plus video display of easy-to-read lyrics.

Schedule a live Singalong Show in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

  • Video display of easy-to-read lyrics
  • Engaging performer, singing popular songs from the 1950s, 1960s, and the Great American Songbook
  • Popular in Senior Living communities
  • Perfect for multi-generation family parties
  • Dementia-friendly singalongs

AL/MC in Grapevine Area discounted rate applies to Singalong Shows presented at Assisted Living and Memory Care facilities in Bedford, Colleyville, Coppell, Euless, Flower Mound, Grapevine, Keller, Lewisville, and Southlake.

Contact Eric Kolb at eric@songsandsmiles.com for custom quotes or more information.

 

 

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