Posts Tagged ‘music and memory’

Azheimer Society of Toronto’s iPod Project Study Finds Personalized Music Benefits Caregivers, Too


Researcher Dr. Paul Williams with Sabrina McCurbin, AST iPod Project Coordinator The evidence continues to mount: Musical favorites can bridge the divide between hopeless isolation and joyful social engagement for people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias and cognitive challenges. According to a March 2014 evaluation of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto’s (AST) iPod Project, benefits […]