Nine-year-old Hannah Gorham loves to sing.
She loves Carrie Underwood and reading Fancy Nancy books, and she adores Bear-y, the tattered stuffed animal blanket she has had since birth.
Her hero is Calysta Bevier, the 16-year-old ovarian cancer survivor from Hannah's hometown of Grand Rapids, Ohio, who advanced to the semi-finals on the popular NBC show America's Got Talent.
And Hannah's therapeutic savior might just be music.
In ProMedica Toledo Children's Hospital since Aug. 31 for severe migraines, Hannah was introduced recently to music therapy, a growing practice for hospitalized children and those with developmental or physical disabilities.