In order to move, have fun and stay healthy, Finn needs lots of specialist equipment and weekly physiotherapy.
Finn is aged 4 from Bristol and has whole body cerebral palsy which means that left to his own devices his world would be quite small. Without help he cannot eat, move around or play. Thankfully, there are significant ways that we can open up his world.
Finn is an extremely determined, engaging and hard working boy who, whenever given the chance to develop, seizes the opportunity with both hands. His peals of laughter and ever-ready smile have captured the hearts of almost everyone he has ever met.
Thanks to the huge generosity of fundraisers to date Finn now has a walking frame that he actually runs in, a sort of cross trainer at home meaning he can get hours of exercise each day and a trike with which he loves to run over your toes. This equipment has changed his life. He has independent movement, healthier lungs, better digestion, stronger hips and most important of all – speed!
And now he wants to go faster, communicate more, go off-road and have better use of his hands.
Inspirational teenager, Natasha, climbs to the summit of the tallest mountain in Southern Britain in her All-Terrain Walker, designed and built by Hart Walker UK, becoming the first quadriplegic person to perform such a feat.