By Roseanne Hunt
Roseanne is a professional cellist and music teacher from Melbourne. This article appeared exclusively in the print version of the April issue. Here we discovered how her student Hugh McNab was able to foster his love of music. He found the time to learn the cello after much of his support time was freed up once he started accessing supports from the NDIS. Rosy’s article detailed the methods and discoveries they have made along the way.
Hugh’s story was featured as day 21 of Down Syndrome Australia’s 21 stories for World Down Syndrome Day campaign.
Check out the rest of the stories here if you haven’t seen them already.
Watch here to see their lessons in action and Hugh speak about how playing the cello makes him feel.
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