Generations unite in choir to help Alzheimer's patients

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UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio -- It's the first of it's kind: An intergenerational choir designed to help to give those with Alzheimer's Disease a voice.

The choir, made of college kids, people with early stage Alzheimer's and their families, was designed as a research project for John Carroll University, but it's really the choir that's benefiting.

WKYC Photojournalist Tim Coffey has the story in the video player.

The International Choir will perform a free concert during the 23rd annual Alzhheimer's Disease Eduction event Wednesday night at John Carroll's Donahue Auditorium.


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