Therapist Nicole Johnson connects an iPod for Gloria Silcott to listen at Eskaton in Sacramento last month as part of a study using music to calm patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
Therapist Nicole Johnson connects an iPod for Gloria Silcott to listen at Eskaton in Sacramento last month as part of a study using music to calm patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Therapist Nicole Johnson connects an iPod for Gloria Silcott to listen at Eskaton in Sacramento last month as part of a study using music to calm patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

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