"Where words fail, music speaks"
The famous phrase penned by writer Hans Christian Andersen rings true for many people with Alzheimer's disease - even in the very late stages. Ezinma Ramsay, 24, a classically trained violinist in New York City, performs weekly for a man with the disease, fulfilling a request from his daughter.
"He can't remember what day it is sometimes when I perform, but he knows the music," Rmasay says. " He'll whistle along, and sometimes his caregivers say he'll whistle for the whole week. It's amazing." Indeed music therapy can promote wellness and... READ MORE