Alive Inside: How music can help fight dementia.

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  1. Susan says:

    Medical model versus intrinsic model of treatment continues to be prevalent in our culture coupled with a disregard for our senior citizens. Collectively, we do not see their value and the disruption of memory and ability not clearly dysfunctional enough to consider changing our normative behavior. Yet individuals recognize and attempt on a daily basis to not only argue the value of our elderly but to argue that in the course of memory, the loss is ours, only perceived as theirs. I wonder if as the “baby boomers” slowly creep into this age group if the model will change. Doctor heal thy self!

  2. bluebird says:

    This point of view is very “refreshing,” to put it simply. The state of our care homes may really be limited and even mediocre. This then serves to be an awakening to solve such condition if possible, for example, like investing in a better facility that offers more freedom and meets the utmost needs of those with dementia, particularly.

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