Research for Music as a Therapy for Memory

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New Research: Music Training May Delay Memory Loss

Stimulate the Mind With Music

The Therapy for Memory: Music Activity & Education Program was developed by a team of clinicians (e.g. Neurologist, Cognitive Neuroscientist, Registered Nurse) and professional musicians as an at home or on-the-go program to stimulate the mind and exercise memory. It's meant to provide meaningful activities to people with memory loss, and applies the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions, activities and education.  Click to Learn More or to Request a Free Sample

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  • Stimulate the Mind
  • Exercise Memory
  • Fun and Interactive
  • Meaningful Activities for Memory Loss
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Learn more about our products and meet our team. If you have questions, contact us. Healthcare Providers can visit our Healthcare Providers page, or download a Therapy for Memory Flyer that you can give to your patients.

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Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain, Revised and Expanded Edition
Recommended by: Sarah T, Patterson, NJ
"I am a recreational therapist working in an assisted living facility for patients with a variety of types of dementia, related to old stroke, Alzheimer's, and parkinson's disease. I am always amazed how much my patients with any degree of cognitive impairment liven up and even dance and sing when listening to music! Reading this book helped me understand why."

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