Dance and Music Therapy and Senior Citizens With Parkinson’s Gait Reap Benefits! Good News for Seniors!

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Very interesting news for the Sandwich Generation caring for elderly parents and their sweet seniors, either of whom may be dealing with early or advanced stages of Parkinson's Disease and its symptoms and I have the video to prove it. It turns out that it's not just bicycles or tricycles for senior adults that can help those dealing with a Parkinson's gait or the tremor that can accompany it. Dancing to music might be useful therapy as well. I know my senior dad would have loved giving this a try as he and my mom loved ballroom dancing. In fact, many senior citizens love the dancing they enjoyed in their youth and the familiar old music they still remember well.  Hopefully you and your senior parents will be able to give this a try. 🙂


Wasn't that fascinating! Music therapy has been useful with the elderly for years and combining it with dancing as part of Parkinson's therapy games definitely seems to have many benefits! This is very useful information for the baby boomer generation caring for elderly parents and great news for the seniors we love! If you or your senior parents have given this a try, we'd love to hear about it. 🙂

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  2. Hi Stav, Thanks for letting us know about this. Sounds like a great resource to check into for those caring for elderly parents in New York. 🙂

    • Stav
    • December 8, 2010

    Check out for more info about seniors and music therapy at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York’s blog

    • Erin Simmons
    • March 3, 2011

    What about for seniors that cannot walk anymore? Would that still work?

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