Technology and Vision Bring Music to Kids With Disabilities

 Musician, eduator and author David Lazerson uses technology creatively to help children with profound disabilities make music - and inspiration.
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 Musician, eduator and author David Lazerson uses technology creatively to help children with profound disabilities make music - and inspiration. In the video below, kids use their knee switches to sing, or their head switches to play drums, while Dr. Lazerson talks about the meaning and joy of his work. (If you aren't able to view the video below, watch it on YouTube instead).

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