Story originally printed in The Island Packet, by Amy Coyne Bredeson
An animated group of adults — some in wheelchairs, some not — rock and sway, shake their heads and sing as a guitar-wielding Kali Cooke leads them in singing “Amazing Grace.”
To Cooke and her audience at the Beaufort County Department of Special Needs in Burton, the guitar is not just a musical instrument. It’s an instrument of healing. As a music therapist, Cooke uses her guitar, voice and other instruments to help people struggling with various conditions.
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