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A podcast of classic stories and memory prompts, gently edited and read for senior parents and their families, for those with Alzheimer’s or other memory limitations, for those who need help reading or holding a book, and for anyone who wants to listen to an older story. Each book is modified for ease of clarity and recall, and each chapter begins with a quick recap of what has happened in the story so far.

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A podcast of classic stories and memory prompts, gently edited and read for senior parents and their families, for those with Alzheimer’s or other memory limitations, for those who need help reading or holding a book, and for anyone who wants to listen to an older story. Each book is modified for ease of clarity and recall, and each chapter begins with a quick recap of what has happened in the story so far.

    3. The Box-Car Children, Chs. 7 - 9

    3. The Box-Car Children, Chs. 7 - 9

    Xeni reads classic stories for you to share with senior adults. Welcome to 1924 and Gertrude Warner's original The Box-Car Children. The story is gently edited for ease of recall, and each chapter begins with a quick recap of what has happened in the story so far. The hope is to reconnect listeners, especially those with memory limitations, to their older memories. Music and historical events included.

    • 31 min
    Epidsode 2. The Box-Car Children, Chs. 4 - 6

    Epidsode 2. The Box-Car Children, Chs. 4 - 6

    Xeni reads classic stories to senior adults and memory-loss patients. In this episode we sample Marion Harris' "It had to be You," and share other highlights from the year. Then settle in and get cozy, for Xeni reads chapters four through six of Gertrude Warner's original Box-Car Children. It is the story of four children who are orphaned and run away to live in an abandoned freight car.

    The Box-Car Children, Chapters 1-3

    The Box-Car Children, Chapters 1-3

    Xeni reads classic stories to senior adults, including memory-loss patients, and in this episode she takes us to 1924. She samples the first recording of George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” and shares other highlights from the year. Then settle in and get cozy, for Xeni reads the first three chapters of Gertrude Warner’s original Box-Car Children. It is the story of four children who are orphaned and run away to live in an abandoned freight car.

    • 31 min

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