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EBreedlove

Fayetteville, Georgia
I'm Erin, a college student and an undergraduate music therapy major. I also have cerebral palsy and hydrocephalus, and I aspire to attend medical school upon graduation. In medical school, I hope to specialize and complete a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. It is my hope that... Full Bio
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...and we sing so long... by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities As you may have noticed, things have gotten a little quiet around here lately. And there's a reason for it. For reasons beyond my control at this point, I have had to ... Read on »
Awareness of All Abilities by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities This weekend, we celebrated two days of awareness. And every day, we celebrate awareness. Because remember, I AM ME! Happy Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day! March 20, ... Read on »
Match Day Moods by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities On the third Thursday in March of every year, at medical schools all across the nation, fourth year medical students discovered where they would participate ... Read on »
Daring to Become a Doctor by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities ill I did it. I'm so proud of myself. I registered for my first class on my way to becoming a doctor. The class, with a daunting name, is taught by one of the professors who ... Read on »
Why I Blog by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Last week, I told you where I get my inspirations, and the thought led me to a different process. It caused me to ask myself, "Just why do you blog?" In a series o ... Read on »
Empowerment by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Hello Empowering People Changing Lives (EPCL) readers. Sorry, this isn’t Erin today. She has graciously given me the opportunity to play guest blogger. My name is Mic ... Read on »
A Word From Ellen...and Max by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Today's guest post is written by Ellen, author of the hilariously funny special needs parenting blog To The Max. Max is a seven-year-old boy with cerebral palsy who is mad ... Read on »
Friday Flicks: Across the Board by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities This week, your Friday Flicks come from several different interests and several different mediums. I've been getting around the net this week, despite having a lack of mot ... Read on »
Inspirations: Where Do You Get 'Em? by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities A faithful reader asked, "Where do you get your inspiration?" and sometimes, well, really, all the time, that's a multi-faceted answer, so I'm going to be sharing with you ... Read on »
Sunday Spotlight: Time for Music's Adaptive Guitar Tuning by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities As music therapists, we all understand the vitality of guitar skills. I've been very fortunate to find someone who realizes the value of guitar playing for all individua ... Read on »
Friday Flicks: This Week's Youtube Favorites by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities To start a new series this week, I plan to share with you my five favorite Youtube videos on Friday Flicks. I hope you'll share yours with me. Flicks doesn't have to be j ... Read on »
Tirelessly Thankful Thursday by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities This week has been a tough one. Sick for the past two days, my only comforts have been an occasional Motrin, Twitter, and my blog. Yes, that's hard to believe, but I'm ... Read on »
Way to Go Wednesday: Music Therapy Source by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I come across many, many resources nearly every day that have even just a little something to do with music therapy, with raising children with special needs, and with livin ... Read on »
Sunday Spotlight: Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities If you're a music therapist, have an interest in music therapy, or have been at all exposed to the field, you've probably heard of the Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music The ... Read on »
Pallimed: The Power of Palliative Care by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities One of my very favorite medicine related blogs, Pallimed, has an extension of their blog titled "Arts and Humanities," where they post tidbits of how music, the arts, and ... Read on »
Medicine, Math and Music by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Why medicine? I answered this question in detail a few weeks back while introducing you to my newly found and rediscovered passions. Why math? Though I have not shown t ... Read on »
On Trust and Confidence; On Independence and Adulthood by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities As a young woman affected by disability, I understand that there are certain situations in which the general public would fear for my safety and protection. Furthermor ... Read on »
Medical Musings Monday: Healing Hands for Haiti by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Today during Medical Musings Monday, I bring you a story, a passion, and a fierce determination to bring knowledge, power, and insight to a people group that needs it most ... Read on »
Alternative Media Access Center: Student Advisory Council by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities This weekend, I went to a meeting of the Alternative Media Access Center's Student Advisory Council. You may remember me mentioning my interview this summer, and it is ... Read on »