Musician with a difference wraps up tour with Employment Plus

Last updated: August 14, 2019

Musician Kayla Sirrell has wrapped up a tour with The Salvation Army Employment Plus, performing at launches across Australia for their new Disability Employment Services (DES).

Kayla is known for her starring role on the ABC series Employable Me, which follows people with neurodiverse conditions trying to find a job.

Kayla has a form of Tourette’s whereby she experiences repetitive body movements and uncontrolled outbursts of swearing.

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