Family Helps Their Son With Down Syndrome Seek Speech Therapy With The Help Of Music And Get Surprisingly Amazing Results

Posted by Sama in Feel Good On 21st May 2018

Being musicians by profession, Amanda and Caleb could only think of one thing to help their son Bo in his recovery. However, the family never knew that their son would give such surprising results with help of music therapy and proved his doctors wrong all the way.

#1 Amanda And Caleb Gave Birth To A Beautiful Baby Boy

Amanda and Caleb excited about the birth of their second child were super excited but the young parents never knew the tough emotional time they were going to face soon. Born with special needs, Bo spent a lot of time in the hospital undergoing surgeries and trying to recover and fight for his life in the hospital's Cardiac Intensive Care Unit.


#2 Bo Was Kept In CICU Under Induced Coma For Three Months

Because of the complications, Bo was kept in ICU for three months under an induced coma. Recalling the tough period, Amanda recalling the time says her son was trapped in the silent atmosphere of the CICU, "All you hear is the monitors and the rhythm with the beeping."

#3 The Young Parents Were Desperate To Fight For Their Son's Life

Worried sick about their child's recovery, Amanda and Caleb were desperate to fight for their son's life. Being musicians by profession the young parents wondered if music would be able to bring their child back to life? Taking special permission the couple somehow managed to play music in their child's recovery room, "After weeks and weeks (which ended up in months) of being in the hospital in a silent room of the CICU, we got special permission to bring a guitar in and sing to him in hopes that it would comfort him."


#4 "You Are My Sunshine" Became Their Son's Signature Song

Deciding upon, "You are my sunshine" as their son's signature song, the young parents started playing this song in hopes that Bo would have a speedy recovery. But they never expected such a response from him.

Amanda said, "He started to move and that was the first time I saw him react when we would sing. It blew us away."

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