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January 26, 2012


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Randy Eady

As David is also Director of Sonatasia, an effort to showcase music, via presentation in private homes, and other nontraditional venues....

Serenades by Sonata is a purpose-built, stand-alone memory care community, located in Longwood, Florida.

The design of this facility is the result of an ongoing collaboration between the architect, Baker and Barrios, and the operator, Sonata Senior Living.

The design and operational team focused on creating a resident and staff-driven community that supports the operational culture, while creating an environment that specifically addresses the specialized needs of residents with Alzheimer's disease and other related dementias.

The use of music and rhythm is particularly present, as discussed in the article below that can be found if you scroll down a bit on the page.

"About Music and the Mind: A Different Kind of Dementia Therapy"

I contributed this post to A Place for Mom’s Family: an online discussion group about elder care: Mediate Body, Move Mind & Rejoice Spirit: Music as Medicine

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