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July 14, 2015

Video: How Carrie Underwood and Darius Rucker are helping those with special needs

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Stars with the Academy of Country Music connect with young people with one inherited developmental disability at a special music camp

For those with Williams syndrome — an inherited developmental disability — music is more than entertainment. It’s their life.

Carrie Underwood, Darius Rucker, Wynonna Judd and more music stars with the Academy of Country Music connect with young people with the disorder at the Vanderbilt and Academy of Country Music Lifting Lives Music Camp.

Learn more about how researchers from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center work with the campers to find answers for this syndrome. By combining musical education and disability research, more than 150 participants from across the country have met the industry’s biggest stars.

 

 

Want to learn more? Download or print a tipsheet about Williams syndrome from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center.

2 thoughts on “Video: How Carrie Underwood and Darius Rucker are helping those with special needs”

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  2. Karen Galloway says:

    This camp is great,We need Music Therapy in S.C for Special Needs with Developmentally Delay’s with no limited label or diagnoses.Most special needs love music.They are so Blessed to have a camp to be about them and what they love.Every Special Need’s something they know it is about them and for them.God Bless you all for having it in your hearts for reaching out for those Special People.

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