The Morning Edition - K-W | Sep 30, 2013 | 6:09

Music: Fun, and therapeutic

The Guelph Youth Music Program hopes a new choir will strike a chord with special needs kids, speaking to them in a way only music can. We'll talk with Katie Hampton, the music therapist running the choir.

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