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1950s Diner Helps Alzheimer’s

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A time capsule created in California kindles amazing sparks of joy in people with Alzheimer’s, when they see the world they remember. A ’50s-themed diner has a jukebox playing rock ‘n’ roll classics and a 1959 Ford Thunderbird on display. You’ll also find other mid-century relics like phone booths with rotary dials, record players and vintage clothing. See Jackie and her daughter Kimberly playing music to jog mom’s memory and make new moments possible.


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