Memory Restored In Alzheimer’s Patients Via Ipod Music!


New York Social Worker, Dan Cohen, is Founder and Director of the innovative non-profit organization Music and Memory. The company, which started in 2006 , was made in hopes of providing iPods to elderly people who suffer dementia from Alzheimer’s disease. Since then, Cohen has been able to donate over 10,000 iPods to various patients. This week, Cohen was featured on ABCNews for his work through elderly care.

Got an iPod you don’t use, donate it here!

Below is a great example of how music can restore certain events and memories thanks to new technology such as the iPod.