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Music Therapy: Gentle on My Mind

Anyone who attended one of country star Glen Campbell’s “Farewell Tour” concerts in 2012 knows that music is a blessing for people living with Alzheimer’s, and their caregivers. Sold-out audiences included not just long-­‐time fans, but also many people in early stages of various memory-­‐impairing diseases and their family members, all of whom enjoyed  cheering […] Read More >>

Early Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

According to the Texas Alzheimer’s Research and Care Consortium, an estimated 5.2 million Americans of all ages are living with Alzheimer’s disease. In Texas alone, that number is expected to increase from 340,000 to 470,000 by 2025. As you can see, individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s disease are growing. What warning signs should you […] Read More >>

Latino’s Waltz to Ward off Alzheimer’s

Did you know that the numbers of Latinos living with Alzheimer’s disease are much greater than those of the general public? According to the Alzheimer’s Association of America the number of Latinos with the condition could potentially grow by 600% by 2050. Latinos are finding new ways in which the elderly who are living with […] Read More >>

Musical Jingles Can Help Alzheimer’s Patients

Musical Jingles Can Help Alzheimer’s Patients We’ve all seen commercials with a catchy jingle or heard a song that we simply can’t forget. No matter how we go about our regular day trying to forget that particular song or jingle, it’s stuck in our heads seemingly forever. Could that phenomenon be translated to people living […] Read More >>