What We Do
Musical Moments provides stimulating and interactive musical activity sessions for care settings, community groups and individuals at home.
We have worked with over a thousand care homes across the UK providing a unique and engaging activity that you’ll have never experienced before - sessions that include live music performed by our musicians, safe and appropriate exercise and movement to music, interactive music activities with sensory props, the opportunity for your residents to sing and perform with instruments and reminiscence to music in a carefully structured yet flexible activity.
We ensure to involve everyone in the group, no matter what their ability, through the use of interactive music, singing and movement.
Established back in 2011, Musical Moments primarily specialises in activities for older people living with dementia and adults with additional needs. Our sessions are accessible and affordable, meaning that your community group can benefit from the positive effects of music with us on a regular basis.
Why Musical Moments?
What We Do For You
- A unique activity that combines live music, safe exercise, sensory activities, reminiscence and relaxation
- A budget-friendly and affordably priced activity, so that your residents can benefit from our sessions on a regular basis
- Different sessions every time we visit, we have almost 200 different activities and are constantly adding more, so your session will always be fresh and varied
- Every team member has full insurance, safeguarding training and DBS checks
- We tick all the CQC boxes for meaningful activity
What Your Residents Get From Us
- A friendly and local professional musician to deliver your activity, we make meaningful relationships with your residents and genuinely care about every person in our group
- Helping to improve your residents' happiness, well-being and social interaction through music
- Movement through music, which can help to improve hand-eye coordination, flexibility and strength
- Activities inspired by music therapy and the extremely important exposure to live music
- Interaction, fun and contact with an outside organisation