Music Therapy Helps Stroke Victim

Musicians know the power of music to help uplift the heart and spirit, and create an atmosphere of creativity and fun. This knowledge has increased the awareness of music in many different aspects of life, but perhaps none as important as the effects of music on the brain. Fox News reports that Bill Forester, a college professor in Ohio, has overcome several disabilities caused by a stroke he experienced over three years ago, through music therapy classes at the Cleveland Clinic. Upon losing his ability to speak and walk, Forester began these classes and has almost fully recovered. Read more here: Music therapy helps college professor speak again

28th Oct 2014

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