IPod drive has lasting impact on seniors with dementia – wreg.com


NORTH CAROLINA — A high school teen is making a major impact on his community through music.

“I love helping others in any way I can.”

For 17-year-old Daniel Hudgins his Eagle Scout project quickly turned into much more.

“I was hoping for a few, but what I got was more than I expected.”

In March, he started an iPod drive, getting friends and family to help him collect used iPods, headphones and iTunes gift cards to donate to the Music and Memory Program at Williams Adult Day Center in Winston-Salem.

The program used music to help seniors with dementia deal with anxiety and other issues.

Within three to four weeks, the junior collected 67 new and used iPods.

“Even if I don’t see the immediate impact, I always like knowing that what I did that day will make a difference.”

Hudgins wants to study…



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