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Effective, affordable services designed to improve your performance and knowledge in the world of music and dementia.


Rosanna provides engaging and thought-provoking presentations on music and Dementia care, change management, measuring the impact of activities in Dementia care, how to manage challenging behaviours, and how to create Dementia friendly environments.

Available for either a half-day or full-day event, Rosanna is an experienced presenter, who never fails to engage her audience and make them feel valued and included.



Rosanna provides guest lectures to Universities around the world, topics include music and Dementia care, involving people living with Dementia in research, the ethics of Dementia research, and the NHS ethics process.

Rosanna enjoys nothing more than sharing her expertise and research and enrich your curriculum. Rosanna offers subject-specific lectures to students in colleges and Universities on the subject of music and dementia.



We know that many of our clients wish to measure the impact of their activities, but many don’t know where to begin. We will support you by looking at your current activities and what outcomes you are hoping to measure; we will work with you to create a personalised impact measurement plan which you can implement yourself or we can measure the impact of your activities for you, providing you with a detailed impact report.


WE WORK WITH ALL BUDGETSTelephone Consultancy

We understand that care budgets may not allow for a face to face consultation and related costs, and so we offer the opportunity to book a telephone consultation with Rosanna Mead at an hourly rate of £25. Topics for phone consultation may include but are not limited to: change management, embedding music into your Dementia care provision, Dementia behaviours advice, ideas for improving the environment.


Rosie Mead is an expert in Dementia care. Rosie is an academic at heart, she started Musica in the final year of her Music Degree at Bath Spa University, going onto complete a Masters in Music Psychology at the University of Sheffield. She is now in the final year of a PhD in Sociology at the University of Exeter, where she is conducting an ethnography of agitation in patients with Dementia in acute hospital wards and the role that music can play in reducing symptoms of agitation.

Rosie provides her own specialist consultancy in dementia care, supporting care settings to adopt new models of care and improve their dementia environments. Rosie offers lectures and motivational speeches for Universities, conferences and/or training days, on the benefits of music within dementia care as well as working on an individual level with care organisations looking to improve or change their dementia care provision.