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The Power of Music in Dementia Patients

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Click here to watch Anne's interview with BBC Breakfast

Our very own agent Anne Stein had the opportunity to speak with BBC last week to talk about a very heartwarming experience. Her 89-year-old mother Dorothy, originally from Newcastle, England, lives right here in Dorchester at Standish Village Assisted Living and suffers from dementia.  A couple of weeks ago, Dorothy heard the song, "Blaydon Races" for the first time since she was a little girl - and her reaction was absolutely priceless!  As a result, the video went viral and was picked up by multiple news channels in the UK. On Friday, Anne and her mother's caregiver, Maisie Miller, spoke to BBC's Morning Show to share the wonderful story. Check it out the interview right here:

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