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Songs You Know by Heart - A Simple Guide for Using Music In Dementia Care

Songs You Know by Heart - A Simple Guide for Using Music In Dementia Care

$35.00

Includes Book and 18 song audio CD

Has dementia, including Alzheimer's, touched your life or that of a family member of friend? Are you a caregiver, family member or activity director caring for someone with dementia?

Are there days when you are short on time and energy and wish your job could be easier? Do you prefer to focus on what people can do instead of only focusing on the support they need? Would you like to awaken memories, bring happiness, and truly connect? This guide is for you!

Try one idea or try them all. Turn on the music (included!), follow the simple directions and get ready for some joy.

Written by Mary Sue Wilkinson, with contributions from leading dementia care specialist Teepa Snow.

"The message of Mary Sue's book touched my heart deeply. Music is truly miraculous in how it continues to bring sunshine even to the darkest days. I encourage you to read and learn from this wonderful inspired book. No matter what your circumstances are, this book dramatically shows how music can enrich your life." - Bob James, Grammy Award Winning Jazz Keyboardist

 

 

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  1. Residents Had Fun!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jun 17th 2016

    Our activities were so excited about the songs and the nursing complimented them too! Our residents sang along absolutely loved it! Haven't had time to look at the book but I'm sure it will touch our team. Thank You!

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Teepa Snow’s philosophy and education is reflective of her life-long journey professionally caring for and personally living with various forms of dementia. This person-centered approach evolved to meet the complex and unique needs of individuals using effective and structured technique. Teepa and her company strive to grow appreciation of differences that will lead to better care and support of those living with changing abilities.