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Lost Chord Dementia Charity

“Where words fail, music speaks”

Patrons of Lost Chord

Sir Cliff Richard & Lesley Garrett CBE

Therapeutic Music Sessions

Fun, Energetic & Stimulating

Dedicated Volunteers

We provide very practical training

Partnering with Lost Chord

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INTRODUCTION

Lost Chord is an innovative charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and well-being of those living with dementia using interactive musical stimuli to increase their general awareness and self esteem. 

Lost Chord was founded by Helena Muller in 1999. From its earliest beginnings with 11 residential homes in Rotherham, Lost Chord has expanded into many parts of South Yorkshire, North Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, with satellite schemes in London and Wales. We now have satellite schemes in Coventry, Cardiff, London, Bury St Edmonds and Ipswich. Read more >

What’s happening @ Lost Chord?

There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.

LOST CHORD PATRONS

Sir Cliff Richard and International Soprano Lesley Garrett CBE support us with their patronage, along with other patrons >

Lesley Garrett, Patron to Lost Chord Charity

Lesley Garrett CBE, the world famous soprano, became our first National Patron. Lesley originally came from Doncaster and obviously feels a certain allegiance to this area. We asked her to comment on her reasons for supporting Lost Chord.

 
“I had a dear aunt with dementia, a resident at a home in South Yorkshire. She didn’t recognise any of us by sight towards the end, but when my mother played one of my CD’s her face always lit up and she would say ‘Lesley.’ I do admire the work you do, especially as you are helping young musicians as well as people with dementia.”
Visit Lesley Garrett’s website.
Sir Cliff Richard

During the year of our 10th anniversary, we were delighted Sir Cliff Richard OBE agreed to be one of our National Patrons. His mother suffered with dementia and he knows what an important part music can play in improving the quality of life for people with dementia.

 
“I am happy to lend my name to your invaluable work because I am aware of the positive effect of music on those with dementia” 
Visit Sir Cliff’s official website.