Our mission: To provide musical care through the use of iPods to improve the Mental, Emotional, and Social well-being of those who are Affected By Alzheimer's and Other types of dementia.

Above are just some of the supplies that we received from U.S. Cellular as part of the Future of Good program. 

In September 2017, Project Playback received the Daily Point of Light Award. They were given the special opportunity to be given the award in person at the annual Points of Light board meeting in Kennebunkport.

From Left to Right: Natalye Paquin (Points of Light CEO) Colby Ellis, Juli Ennis, Jason Albaum, Neil Bush (Points of Light Chairman)

From Left to Right: Natalye Paquin (Points of Light CEO) Colby Ellis, Juli Ennis, Jason Albaum, Neil Bush (Points of Light Chairman)


Project Playback and the other three recipients of The Future of Good award were given the opportunity to ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, December 22, 2016. See below for the Facebook Live interview conducted on the floor of the NYSE after the closing bell.

Connecting Generations Through Music

Project Playback uses music therapy to bring back the memories of nursing home residents suffering from dementia. We create personalized playlists for each individual, each including music deigned to have the most effect on their mental, social, and emotional heath. But this project is so much more than music therapy. The connection that residents form with students is almost as powerful as the music itself. Click Here To Learn More...

United Way Of York County

Project Playback is partnering with the United Way of York County to help promote youth volunteerism in our community. Through this partnership, we are working to establish programs in other local nursing homes to create more opportunities to engage youth in service to their community. To learn more about the United Way of York County, click here.

U.S. Cellular: The Future Of Good

Project Playback has been awarded by U.S. Cellular as part of their Future of Good program. This program recognizes youth who are making a positive impact in their community. As part of this program, we have received new materials (iPods, Headphones, etc.) to create 3 new programs in our area. They also created a short video about our project which you can watch below. Click here to learn more about the Future of Good.