Hearing a song evokes a tune, a lyric, and a rhythm. For many of us it also evokes emotions and memories. For those of us with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia, music seems to stick around, even through the cognitive changes. How is it that the brain changes of dementia don’t affect our ability to recognize a tune, even when we have trouble recognizing where we are or the people around us? Explore musical memory in the context of dementia with Rachel Robinson, LMSW, from the Center of Excellence for Alzheimer’s Disease.
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