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Music Therapy - M usic Therapy In tervention Plan A Clinical Population Elderly Clients with Dementia Dementia is an illness characterized by

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: A) Clinical Population- Elderly Clients with Dementia : Dementia is an illness characterized by multiple cognitive deficits and includes over a dozen similar conditions that have different causes. Dementia may be caused by one or more conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease, substance abuse, Parkinson’s disease, or cardiovascular disease. Dementia may have a sudden onset or occur very gradually. Symptoms include the loss of ability to learn new information or to remember previously learned information, or both. Impairment in areas such as speech, writing, gross and fine motor skills, recognition of familiar objects or people, personal hygiene, financial matters, and social skills is common. Dementia is more prevalent in older adults with the rate doubling about every 5 years after the age of 75. It is also believed that music is stored in a separate part of the brain from other information, so no matter how forgetful you get it is believed that most people are still able to remember the lyrics to music. B) Goal
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course MUSIC 2338 taught by Professor Dr.lim during the Spring '11 term at Sam Houston State University.

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Music Therapy - M usic Therapy In tervention Plan A Clinical Population Elderly Clients with Dementia Dementia is an illness characterized by

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