A Sound Connection to Feeling Good on Life’s Journey
Music is a powerful source of joy and comfort as we age. When words fail, music provides a way for people to connect with others and engage with memories, future experiences and life’s many emotions along the journey.
- Explore the sound and science of using music throughout our lifetime.
- Through stories and demonstrations learn the benefits of using music at home, in retirement communities, and at times of difficult transitions.
- Gain practical strategies to strengthen your memory and mood including the benefits of purposeful playlists and signature songs.
“Music and Aging” explores how music impacts brain function and human behaviour by reducing stress, pain and symptoms of depression as well as improving cognitive and motor skills. Jennifer will also inform the audience how neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s respond positively to music.
It is possible to be more healthy and happy when we experience the right music in the right way.
Watch Jennifer and witness how Music Influences Memory and Aging Well:
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Music is a powerful source of joy and comfort as we age. When words fail, music provides a way for people to connect with others and engage with memories, future experiences and life’s many emotions along the journey. Learn More.
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