Lenny White travels to nursing homes and day centres across Northern Ireland with his pop-up barbershop for men living with dementia.

Lenny is from Belfast and for the first time has brought his unique service south of the border.

He aims to create a sensory environment for the residents that evoke memories of their youth.

"I want to create a barbershop that my clients remember from their childhood. I'll bring in a jukebox and I'll play all the old music like Dean Martin and Elvis", says Lenny.

With his barbershop in Swords Nursing Home, Lenny cut the residents' hair, gave them a shave but also encouraged a sing along to the Elvis classic, Blue Suede Shoes.

Irene O'Hanlon, Director of Nursing in Swords Nursing Home, says: "The residents had fantastic fun. In our nursing home the majority of our residents would have a cognitive impairment or a form of a dementia. They had a marvellous time."

Last year, Lenny won Outstanding Contribution for his work in the Alzheimer's Society Northern Ireland Dementia-Friendly Awards.