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"I googled "simple cd player for alzheimer's patient" (I understand that this is not a CD player), and was referred to your website where I found your music players. I am heartbroken and desperate to find some way to give my 88 year old father who has Alzheimer's some tiny bit of pleasure in his remaining time. He has always been so smart - taught himself engineering through mail order books and retired as a well respected manager. He could figure any problem out, and always completed every task he ever started with excellence. He loved to read and was a crossword puzzle expert. He was friendly and kindhearted to everyone he met, and babies and little children were always drawn to him. Now all of this is slipping away - he is confused by the simplest tasks, rarely speaks, and is increasingly withdrawn. My prayer is that this simple music player - as well as the digital clock - will help him maintain some small sense of control of his life and maybe even put a smile on his sweet face."- Customer Debbie Drew
"I was blessed through research to find your truly awesome and amazing store. I thank you for what you have done for my Mother you are a Godsend. So far I have purchased the Therapy Doll, the plaid Fiddle Twiddle Muffs and now the Kitten Fiddle Twiddle Muffs and all the items are exactly what you say they are. I want to commend you for your efforts and ask God to continue to bless you to be able to help Dementia and Alzheimer's patients they way that you have." - Customer Yvonne Abdullah
"I purchased a "Someone To Love" doll for my mother-in-law who is in the later stages of Alzheimer's and says words but cannot form sentences at all. As soon as she was handed the doll, she began speaking to it in complete and logical sentences and since has been able to hold conversations with her caregivers and is improving every day!" - Customer Darolyn Black
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