Kendra’s Story

Kendra’s Story Facebook | Jun 20, 2017  Hello! My name is Kendra Jennings. I am 17 and suffer from a very rare disease. I spend most of my time in the hospital. I play guitar, banjo, and now thanks to you guys, I can play ukulele too! I received one from this organization a little […]

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Isa’s Song

Isa’s Song Stephanie Epstein | May 10, 2017 Isa wrote this song with me last week, prior to regaining her speech. She was struggling to walk, stand, and talk without pain and discomfort, and songwriting gave her an outlet to express her frustration with her hospitalizations (at multiple hospitals) and how much she just

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Eva’s Story

Eva’s Story Facebook | Aug 1, 2018  “I’m a board certified and licensed music therapist and work specifically on the floor at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Music is such a motivator for all of our kids. It connects them which is one reason why I do ukulele

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Pics from Jam Session

Pics from Jam Session Here are some pictures from a “jam session” that we organized between two incredibly talented patients, Brendon and Drequan. Brendon is rocking the UKC hat as well! Neither guys have gotten to have a lot of interaction with peers their own age, so it was great to see them not only

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Josephine My husband, Remy Barthe, playing uke for my daughter (9 months) Josephine. She’s been hearing it since I was 3 months pregnant, through almost 3 months in the NICU and it comes with us to the hospital every time we go. MUSIC HEALS!!

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