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We do it a lot of singing with the little children
and I also do it a lot with the adults, but with the teenagers it often gets
neglected, I have to remedy that!
A cheering Sunday afternoon read from Suffolk –
‘A Suffolk teenager is setting up her own choir
to show how music can be a form of therapy for people with disabilities like
Mildenhall, said: "I have cerebral palsy, which means that my speech is
slurred and my movement uncoordinated. Ever since I was a little girl I
realised that I was not the same as my friends. But I have never let my
disability hold me back."
herself as "extremely active" and enjoys dance, art, and wheelchair
basketball, but her main love is singing.
believes singing helps with speech, co-ordination and confidence and wants to
show that "with or without a disability, you can still enjoy life".’
The choir is being
financially supported by a British charity called Fixers –
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