Music & Dementia
Creating comfort and connections for people with dementia.
There’s no denying the ability music has to meet us where we are, brighten our mood, or even comfort us in our sadness, so it’s no surprise that it can have a dynamic effect on people with dementia. We get to chat with Grace Meadows, music therapist and the campaign director for Music for Dementia, about how music can connect people at all stages of the disease and create a sense of community and comfort. She explains how even if a person is non-verbal, they can participate and often show signs of happiness and understanding, enriching lives through music.Listen Now!
Walk with Me
Registration now open for Alzheimer's disease and dementia in Native Americans conference.
We've scheduled our 2022 Pre-Conference for professionals entitled "Alzheimer's Disease: Keeping it Simple" and our 16th Annual Public Conference "Walk with Me" focused on the beneficial ways we can use music. Space is limited for both events scheduled on October 19 - 20, registration is required.
Click here for more information and to register.