Saturday, December 17, 2011

Music Helps a Little Girl With Rett Syndrome

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Here is a feel-good story for the week! People with Rett syndrome often respond positively to music. This story from the Idaho-Press Tribune tells us about a young girl who successfully used preferred music to make it through some dental work. There was not a music therapist involved in this story, but I love it when people intrinsically use the power of music to help themselves! Enjoy!

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