Web bonus: Stirring memories through music

We like to think of music as the universal language.

A simple tap of the toes or bob of your head speaks louder than words.

At one care home in Kamloops music transcends dementia.

Doug Baleshta and his band hope an hour or so of jazz standards gives residents in the twilight of their lives a trip down memory lane.

Our Josh Pagé has the story of what music means to people whose memories are starting to fail.

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