Walk into school alone A mother has started a £10,000 campaign to help her son who has cerebral palsy walk into his day at school unaided. Three-year-old Oliver Dempsey can currently only crawl or walk with the help of a frame but mother Abby Baker is battling to get him walking alone. http://just4children.org/news/walk-into-school-alone/
Louise Elliott joins Board Just4Children is thrilled to announce that Louise Elliott has joined the board of trustees. Mother of 5 boys Louise says, “I am extremely pleased to become a trustee for Just4children. As a mother that has a disabled child and knowing what it's like to go through the fundraising process to enable our children to live the best life they possibly can, I know how hard it is for families to have to do this."
#Therapy #NHS Mum 'devastated' at fundraising setback This procedure, which is called selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) and not available on the NHS, would be life-changing for the toddler, who would be able to take his first steps after intensive physiotherapy. http://www.thewestonmercury.co.uk/news/mum_devastated_at_fundraising_setback_1_4589093
Lisa joins the board "Just4Children provide vital support for families with disabled and sick children and I feel privileged to be part of such a worthwhile and special charity”, says Lisa Peacock. “We are thrilled to have another mother join us on the board”, says Sheena Dunne, Chair of Trustees. http://just4children.org/news/lisa-joins-the
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Daisy with her mother Lucy and dad Adam - they wanted their daughter to take part to raise...
Blues Festival raises awareness of local girl’s plight Millie Bea Hughes is a little 2 year old girl from Abbots Bromley whom last month was diagnosed with spastic diplegia cerebral palsy, her twin younger Evan Ray brother although both were premature can walk, run, sit up straight and dance while Millie watches on. http://just4children.org/news/blues-festival-raises-awareness-of-local-girls-plight/