Woman With Cerebral Palsy Stuns Audience With Her Singing Voice

Published July 6, 2018 3,841 Plays $6.37 earned

Rumble / Everyday HeroesA heartwarming video has emerged of a young woman with cerebral palsy stunning the audience with her incredible angelic voice after breaking into a song. Viewers sure got a pleasant surprise when this woman started singing the opera in a casual performance.

Meet twenty-nine-year-old Alfina Fresta who has gained great popularity on the web since her singing performance at the Sicilian Festival of the Family in Etna, Italy. The young Sicilian is affected by spastic dystonic tetraparesis and is visually impaired, but that won't stop her from standing up, with the help of Stefania Licciardello, and singing her heart out! What an inspiration!

This talented woman was born with cerebral palsy, but that didn’t stop her from pursuing her dream. Now, she inspires others to sing and live the life they want. She didn’t let her unfortunate predicament knock off her confidence, and this video is the perfect proof that nothing is as important as desire.

What a pleasant surprise! The opera singing sure boosted Alfina’s confidence so now she has become a local celebrity. She is loving and fully embracing her fame, and she’s seriously confident about her singing too!

It is adorable that Alfina learned how to embrace her situation and turn it into something beautiful. With the help of Stefania Licciardello she can be seen sparkling on the stage, enchanting the audience with her angelic voice. Can you imagine the reaction of people hearing her majestic voice. We were swept off our feet! She sure left us in awe! Bravo!

Obviously, this talented young lady loves singing for her soul and performing in public, the more people gather to hear her performance, the better! What a sweet girl! Her story is truly motivational and can serve to inspire others who feel their disabilities as a burden.

She put her soul into music and she uses her talent to inspire others to put aside their difficulties and embrace the happiness that music can bring. We can all agree that this talented boy should continue to nurture her natural talent and we are sure that she has a bright future ahead of her.

In another inspirational story, a 6-year-old girl born with cerebral palsy shows us what it really means to be a fighter in life. Video shows little Taylor Florence going out of her walker and into a brand new invention, just to move her happy feet and dance to her favorite song “I Knew You Were Trouble” by her namesake Taylor Swift, with a little help from her mom Dana.

This helpful device is called the Firefly Upsee and is a creation of another mother who has a child with cerebral palsy. Inspired by the way any parent would teach their child to dance - on their own feet. The difference here is that instead of facing the child towards the parent, the Firefly Upsee turns the child to the front, with their feet between the adult’s legs.

It is good that people born with disabilities learn how to embrace their predicament. Another girl born with cerebral palsy has become an Instagram Star. Finley Smallwood may only be four-years-old but she already has over 100,000 followers on social media. At a glance, you’d think it would be because of her on point style and cute matching outfits with her mum, Christina. But the photos also raise awareness of what it’s like to live with cerebral palsy as a child. Christina set up the Instagram account, along with a blog, when her daughter was just a toddler to show what life was like bringing up a child with the condition, as well as a way to connect with others looking after children with cerebral palsy.