Alzheimer’s Society’s iPod Project Offers Music to Soothe Troubled Souls

93-year-old Domenica Bianchi has seen significant improvement in her moods while listening to music from Italy; her birthplace. She was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s three years ago and has been much more relaxed and happy since she got her blue iPod shuffle a few months ago. She received the iPod from the Alzheimer’s Society of Toronto as a part of a project called the iPod Project, a project modeled after Music and Memory, a non-profit based in New York.
Toronto Star