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My Life TV for Care Homes

The dementia-friendly TV streaming service

This subscription is for care homes or larger organisations who have multiple residents and are looking for delivery of care options. The programmes can be used either on a 1-2-1 basis for quizzes, shows to stimulate conversations and some content can be used for reducing anxiety and agitation.

Get access for up to 30 devices for just £29.99 a month with 1 month free, or a yearly subscription for £269.99 with 1 month free. Get in contact to learn more.

A TV streaming service for people living with dementia

My Life TV is the first TV streaming service for people living with dementia.

It’s like Netflix with content specifically curated for their cognitive needs, keeping people living with dementia connected to the world and able to enjoy heartwarming, fun and relaxing TV shows.

A fantastic tool for caregivers and activity coordinators, My Life TV helps engage residents and give a sense of enjoyment and relaxation. The high-quality programming can give periods of respite and improve communication between residents and caregivers.

The content ranges from specially produced quizzes, music therapy and singalongs, as well as animal & nature programmes, feelgood content, archive news, popular shows from the 1960s & 1970s, yoga and more.

My Life TV aims to improve the mood and mental wellbeing of people living with dementia, as well as improve social interactions.

Watch My Life TV from anywhere

Enjoy our dementia-friendly programmes on your favourite device.

My Life TV can be watched on your TV, tablet, computer, or smartphone whenever you want. It is available on iPhone, Android devices, Apple TV, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV.

Download the app ‘My Life TV – Care Home’ and start watching today.

For more information on how to watch, click here.

Testimonials of My Life TV

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Preview some of our My Life TV shows here

Music of the Northern Lights
Pet Babies
Slow TV - Royal Parks
Sing-Along with Mister Meredith
World Landmarks Quiz
A Year to Remember: 1966

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