iPod Music Restores Senior Home Alzheimer’s Disease Patients [video]

Thursday, April 12, 2012
By OP Editor

Film trailer reveals patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease helped by iPod music.

Alive Inside Henry sings to iPod

Video: Alive Inside Trailer

From Alive Inside, a film by Michael Rossato-Bennett.

Yvonne Russell, recreation therapist from Cobble Hill:

“I have one resident that barely opens her eye, barely responds. As much as I try… nothing worked. [...] It was amazing once we put the iPod on her.”

Another patient, Henry, was non responsive until they put on some of his favorite music on an iPod shuffle. Henry starts singing, and was able to answer some questions after the music therapy.

Alive Inside is screening at the Rubin Museum in New York City on:

  • Wednesday, April 18th
  • Friday April 20th
  • Saturday, April 21st

The end song is Second Chance by Liam Finn [iTunes / amazon]

P.S. the video posted by youtube user “ncaavideos2″ was stolen (thus it contained no description about the film). We’ve posted the original from Music And Memory.

Is there anything Apple goodies can’t do? Previously:


Related Posts

  1. How a Blind Movie Critic Uses iPhone 4S
  2. The Multi-tasking iPhone / iOS Home Button [video]
  3. U2 Bono in Every Apple iPhone & iPod touch
  4. Apple iPod Announced 10 Years Ago Today [Steve Jobs Video]
  5. The Awesome Angry Birds Adele Music Video Parody

Tags: Apple, iPod, Video

Site Search

iPad Air 2 Case

Popular Tags