Why Alzheimer’s Patients Visit This 1950’s Town Replica

Glenner Town Square is a treatment center for people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. It looks like a 1950s town, designed to help spark memories from aging participants using reminiscence therapy. Participants rotate through a series of activities that keep the mind and body active.

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Why Alzheimer’s Patients Visit This 1950’s Town Replica