Personalized Music Improved Mood in Adults with Dementia, Study Reports

Personalized Music Improved Mood in Adults with Dementia, Study Reports
Personalized music interventions may help enhance joy and social interaction among people with dementia who attend adult day health centers, a small study reports. The study, “Results from a person-centered music intervention for individuals living with dementia” was published in the journal Geriatrics & Gerontology. Dementia, which affects a large proportion of people with Alzheimer's disease, is characterized by a wide range of behavioral and psychological symptoms, including wandering, repetitive speech, agitation, depression, sleep disturbances, and apat
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  1. Sue Lyon says:

    Music can definitely help a person with dementia in many ways. You can record 12 favorite songs in a LifeSongs book. The music and photos are great for reminiscing and starting conversations. A really nice gift too. You can order one on Amazon or LifeSongs.info.

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