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This 104 page, hard cover book is replete with magnificent images and editorial contributed by Getty Images, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, New York Times, Baseball Hall of Fame, NBC, CBS, ABC, various historians and museum curators. This wonderful stroll down memory lane is charming, colorful, and very special. It is sure to inspire reminiscence in all who encounter it!

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Reminiscence Therapy

Reminiscing and reminiscence therapy involve reaching the memories that reside in these still viable regions of the brain. There are many ways to encourage these memories, and you should. They can be comforting, even therapeutic. A study published in the June 2007 issue of Geriatrics and Gerontology International concluded that a reminiscence group program was an effective way to enhance the cognitive capacity of people with Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia as well as their ability to participate in normal activities of daily living. A summary of existing data, including studies published in professional journals, and interviews with specialists, concluded that the general mood and cognition improved in subjects with dementia who participated in some form of reminiscence therapy.

The activity should be enjoyable and nonthreatening. Never try to force the conversation, but you may have to lead it by making suggestions, like, "Do you remember what you were doing when Neil Armstrong landed on the moon?" Read more about reminiscing and reminiscence therapy at our website.

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Title Nostalgic America
Author Published by Bruce H. Berns
Format Hardcover
Edition 104 Page
Dimensions 11" x 11"
Shipping Weight 2.0000
Stage Early Stage, Middle Stage, Late Stage
Number of Pages 104

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