Music Therapy and Alzheimers Patients

 

 

Lisa pays tribute to the late Tony Bennett by reminding everyone just how miraculous and powerful music has proven to be for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia. She shares with her audience a true story from her book, Truth, Lies, & Alzheimer’s – It’s Secret Faces, about a man named Sam, who hadn’t spoken a word for over a year, and as soon as he heard the song, “Auld Lange Syne”, he started belting out the words to that song. Lisa continues with a similar story about how Tony Bennett, in an advanced stage of Alzheimer’s disease, could still remember every word to every song he sang, even when he couldn’t tell you his name anymore.
In her What’s News segment, Lisa discusses how the FDA has taken strong action against companies that manufacture supplements that claim to treat and/or cure Alzheimer’s disease and other medical conditions when there is no evidence that supports that they do.
We are providing the Audio Interview with Lisa Skinner on stories she tells about Music and Alzheimers:

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Lisa Skinner
Email:lpaglia1@yahoo.com

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