Music and Aging Symposium
Thursday, November 14, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)
Music has been shown to improve quality of life indicators for those suffering with depression, as well as for those experiencing various levels of dementia, including severe dementia. Clinical community leaders, who are implementing innovative interventions and the College of Health and Human Services faculty, who are studying the effects of music on cognition with older adults will share their findings.
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College of Health and Human Services- School of Nursing
The George Mason University School of Nursing will be a nationally recognized center of excellence in inquiry, knowledge, and expertise. The school's educators, clinicians, and researchers produce the next generation of nursing leaders empowered and focused on innovative responses to address the challenges of a rapidly changing and culturally diverse health care.