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SingFit: On Film and in the UK

Updated: Apr 13, 2023

We are so excited to be a part of the Consumer Technology Association’s new series, Technology’s Golden Age, produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions. Just launched in early April, the film captures what our co-founders and sister-brother duo, CEO Rachel Francine and Chief Clinical Officer Andy Tubman, describe as the multi-generational development of the SingFit digital health platform and its impact on people with various health conditions.


Courtesy of BBC StoryWorks. Pictured: Andy Tubman, Sarah Lenz Lock and Rachel Francine.

Sarah Lenz Lock, the Senior Vice President for Policy and Brain Health and the Executive Director of the Global Council on Brain Health at AARP also appears in the film, speaking about music’s therapeutic and scientifically proven benefits on the mind and body, especially for older adults living with dementia and other conditions. Our team is honored to be included in this wonderful film as its release coincides with our upcoming launch of SingFit in the UK in Fall 2023.


We are grateful to the Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network (YHAHSN), part of the research arm of the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom, as we work toward spreading music as medicine there through SingFit. Learn more how the YHAHSN is "supporting the adoption and spread" of our therapeutic digital health platform in this SingFit case study.


To learn more about SingFit's therapeutic music solutions that will be available in the UK beginning this fall, click on the links below.




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