… ”Although he could not speak any words, he would bubble TV jingles and memorise praise songs from church which he would sing while alone,” says Namatovu.
With this discovery, teachers have been able to communicate with Mawa and control his behaviour. In addition to calming him down, music helps him concentrate.
“I have seen him make great strides since the introduction of music in his life. I recently saw him and his colleagues drumming at school and I was impressed,” she shares.
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