The Power of Music for Dementia

Singing and Well Being -
The joy of singing is only one benefit of using music with people who are living with
Dementia. 
The benefits of music can also be therapeutic for the brain, memory, mood, loudness, fluency,
communication, connections, and movement.

 

Music Therapy and its Impact on the Brain

How Singing Together can change the Brain

Music and Memory for Dementia

Using Music to Unlock Memories with
Dementia

Power of Music on the Brain: Dementia

 How Music Can Heal our Brain and Heart

Your Brain on Music:
Effective for
Dementia

The Power of Familiar Music

Neurologic Music Therapy

Sounds of Joy
Wellness Choir

Finding joy and wellness through song!

The Sounds of Joy Wellness Choir was founded October 2019 by Colleen Cox, a Board Certified Music Therapist, who wanted to use music to help adults living with traumatic and acquired brain injuries, cognitive impairments, early onset Dementia, Parkinson’s and other brain disorders “find joy and wellness through song.”  Colleen knew that singing was beneficial to memory and to retention of voice strength, volume and intonation. Perhaps even more importantly, Colleen knew that the bonds of friendship and mutual support were key to remaining positive and proactive when faced with a diagnosis of Dementia. 


Contact Colleen Cox for more information about the Sounds of Joy Wellness Choir and how to reap the benefits of music and song in the lives of people living with Dementia.

 
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Dementia Family Pathways

1038 Jenks Avenue, Panama City, FL 32401

850.215.7078

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