Research has proven Music & Memory helps people living with a wide range of cognitive and physical challenges.
Our team is trained to develop personalized playlists delivered through iPods, a key element in the individual’s plan of care.
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Grounded in extensive research, Music & Memory helps people living with a wide range of cognitive and physical challenges to find renewed joy in life through musical favorites. Our team is trained to develop personalized playlists, delivered through iPods, a key element in the individual’s plan of care.
How does personalized music made a difference?
- Beloved music helps reduce depression and anxiety and can also moderate pain.
- Musical favorites tap deep memories and can improve quality of life.
- Participants are happier, more social and receptive to care and family visits.
- Personalized music can help to reduce reliance on anti-psychotic, anti-depressant and pain medications.
Who Can Participate?
Anyone can benefit from the power of listening to musical favorites. As we build our program, we will be able to offer it to all who are interested. It’s often effective for a variety of impairments and disorders, including:
- People with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia
- Individuals who are bed-bound, on dialysis or ventilators
- People with chronic pain
- Those receiving Hospice care
What is Music & Memory?
Grounded in extensive research, Music & Memory helps people living with a wide range of cognitive and physical challenges to find renewed joy in life through personalized playlists, a key element in the individual’s plan of care.
What Are The Professionals Saying About It?
“Despite the enormous sums of money spent on mood-and behavior-altering medications that are often not particularly effective, nothing compares to these iPods when it comes to improving quality of life.”
–Tony Lewis, President and CEO,
Cobble Hill Health Center, Brooklyn, NY
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