Once a shy 10-year old, Kaylee Rogers has come out of her shell in the last four years thanks to her love of music. Kaylee, who has autism and ADHD, has blossomed into a confident choir singer at the Killard House Special School, a school for children with special needs in Northern Ireland. “She was a very reserved, non-communicative, anxious child…but we noticed she always enjoyed singing in the class,” her school principal noted. “When she sings, she just opens up into the beautiful young girl she is and shows the talent she has.” The school, with just 200 students, is one of many around the world that fosters talent and inspires confidence in children with special needs and learning difficulties.
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