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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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Singin' in 2010 by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities One of my goalsas a new music therapy majoris to drastically improve my singing voice. Many of youif you've read recentlyknow that I have an audition on January 11, for whic ... Read on »
Apologies, Apologies, and a Little Amazing Excitement by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I apologize for my lack of posts this weekend. I'm busy trying to enjoy my time off this week while I'm not in school. Heading back on Saturday will be a wonderful thingas ... Read on »
A Year's End by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities The year 2009 is rapidly coming to a close, but I couldn't have had a more exciting, life-changing year. Oh? What's that you say? Yes, it's my 100th blog post today! ... Read on »
Meet Nikki: A Therapist's Perspective on Music Therapy by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities One of my wonderful friends, Nikki, who is a music therapist in Texas, and I have "met" via Twitter and Facebook. Nikki has helped introduce me to Adam's Camp, and she ... Read on »
I'm Still Here by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I'm still here. Christmas was absolutely wonderful, and I'm back to working hard for my audition, which is on January 11. I've never been incredibly nervous, but thi ... Read on »
Music Therapy: The Game Plan Edition by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Many of you, mainly music therapists, have asked me about how I plan to play certain instruments. For one, I have understood the Piano Plan (the name of an upcoming vi ... Read on »
Wordless Wednesday: A Very Choral Christmas by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Maybe this isn't such a wordless Wednesday, but this video merits some explanation. I first heard this carol at the Old Governor's Mansion just do ... Read on »
Who Am I? Part II: The Early Years by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Remember this post? Did you feel as though it left you hanging? Hang no more, my friends! After the diagnosis that occurred at 14 months of age, everything seemed to c ... Read on »
Instant Inspirations by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I know I've been on a kick when it comes to posting the videos lately, but this one is the best video I've seen in some time. If you can figure out why I can so easily co ... Read on »
Who Am I? Part I: Birth Story by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities There is a section in this little corner of the web called "About Me". You are able to see it to the right on the navigation bar. You see, dear readers, the section deta ... Read on »
Meet Little Kathrina by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities This is a remarkable story I found on the Seattle Children's Hospital Youtube channel, and I wanted you all to have the chance to meet Kathrina for yourselves. One of the ... Read on »
Praying for Parker: Brave Hero's Surgery by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Right this very second, Parker Hodson and his mother Tammy, of Praying for Parker and 5 Minutes for Special Needs, are checking in to the hospital for Parker to have su ... Read on »
A Sense of Community by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities You'll notice (right over there in the lefthand sidebar) that there is now a community for you to participate in so that you can interact with the others that read t ... Read on »
Music Therapy Perspectives: A New Look Into the World of Music Therapy by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities UPDATED: This series is not to be confused with the American Music Therapy Association's newsletter. What an awesome name, AMTA! ORIGINAL POST: I've always ... Read on »
Meet Rachel: A Therapist's Perspective on Music Therapy by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Music therapy has allowed me the opportunity to meet some beyond fantastic people. Rachel Rambach of Listen and Learn Music is absolutely one of the most kindhearted, ... Read on »
Special, special times by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities UPDATED: Congratulations to Adelaide, Cathy, and ABandCsMom! Thank you for participating in the FIRST ever giveaway over here at Empowering People and Changing Lives! ... Read on »
The Course of a Challenge by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I have, as many of you have, encountered many challenges over the course of my lifetime. It goes without saying that my young adult life will be filled with so many mor ... Read on »
Things are a changin'.... by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Within the next few days, be prepared, looking for, and expecting some new changes on Empowering People and Changing Lives. I'm working hard to keep you happy. Any gu ... Read on »