MEMORY CHOIRS: The New Antidote

QUARANTINE SPECIAL - $20. ($39.95 value) gets you a download of mp3s and digital version of: "Alzheimer's, Dementia & The Healing Power of Music" (by Cheryl Hodge), and a link to a private video of great singalong songs that contains cues for people with dementia. Run these songs for yourself or your loved one (LO) who may be a shut-in, right now. ALL MONIES from this go to the Dementia Singalong Therapy  Program.


“I am delighted that Cheryl Hodge, a brilliant jazz musician, is offering this program to persons experiencing dementia, and their caregivers. I strongly recommend this program. Enjoy!” - Bree Johnston MD, MPH, Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Washington

“Personally, in watching this almost magical chemistry between Cheryl (as tutor) and my wife Karen (as “student”) I have witnessed some wonderful results. All the songs evidently bring back some recall of past experience. For example, Karen’s favorite song is “Moon River”. In singing this song with Cheryl, I see Karen’s face and smile light up with what looks like absolute ecstasy.” - Ray McInnis, Professor Emeritus, Western Washington University


The Dementia Singalong Therapy Program is dedicated to sharing memory enhancing techniques with people living with dementia-related diseases and brain damage. This is done through a series of exercises which help to strengthen the brain's memory and communication processes. We empower residents in houses and memory care units to create meaningful experiences which help to expand awareness and impart a sense of hope in the community.

We are both a Federal Charity 501(c)(3) and a non-profit in the state of Washington.

DONATE NOW (PayPal) Money goes towards funds for community and national projects such as tours and training programs.

Purchase Cheryl Hodge's new song about Dementia: "To Walk In My Shoes (Dementia Blues)" 

Thank you so much for your interest in supporting the program we have developed. Donations are tax deductible!


• Create ways to give residents and patients a sense of purpose.  

• Inspire caregivers and loved ones to find value in helping the individual in need to communicate more effectively

• Reduce loneliness, boredom, and a feeling of disconnection common in people living with dementia.

• Educate community and improve community awareness.

• Change the way dementia is viewed; not as a setback but as an opportunity to grow. 

Cheryl Hodge is the founder of this type of therapy (and President of the Dementia Singalong Therapy Program), which includes stretching, breathing exercises, singing exercises, singing songs, and sharing stories that residents recall from singing certain songs. Locations of  "memory" choirs (memory care units): Fairhaven Brookdale, Pegasus in Cordata, Rosewood Manor, The Orchard (Bellingham, WA) Christian Healthcare Center, Lynden Manor (Lynden, WA)

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