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The Music & Memory program is the subject of a documentary “Alive Inside,” which shows how music therapy can ease the suffering of people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Dan Cohen, a New York social worker, created the program in hopes that songs associated with important personal events for individuals could trigger memory. The excerpt seen here features Henry Drea, who has an astonishing reaction to hearing music on an iPod. Credit: Music & Memory
The Music & Memory program is the subject of a documentary “Alive Inside,” which shows how music therapy can ease the suffering of people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Dan Cohen, a New York social worker, created the program in hopes that songs associated with important personal events for individuals could trigger memory. The excerpt seen here features Henry Drea, who has an astonishing reaction to hearing music on an iPod. Credit: Music & Memory

Music stirs memories for people with dementia

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