By AlzYouNeedToKnow on July 31, 2008
So last week, I put a blog up about humming in senior adults. I haven't been able to find any information on why seniors hum. At the community where I work, some seniors with AD seem to hum instead of talk or communicate with others. It makes me wonder if they can hear themselves hum or do they think that they are communicating through humming. I suppose if I couldn't use words, I will still try to continue communicating. Let me know your thoughts on this one and I will continue to do some research.
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