Our princess Bailey has cerebral palsy. She is aged 4 from North Maida Vale, Brent in London. The NHS have stopped funding her SDR surgery she needs and because of her decline in condition they have stopped her Botox injections which keep her comfortable. This is really distressing for her as she is now in a lot of discomfort and there isn’t much we can do to help her but pain killers.
In order to help her we desperately need to raise £30,000 to pay for her surgery. Selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) is an operation used to improve spasticity (muscle stiffness) for those suffering with cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy occurs when a child sustains a brain injury early in life. It is the only procedure to permanently remove the spasticity in the legs, which is the primary cause of disability and long-term deformities. This surgery is imminent for Bailey and Great Ormond Street already have possible dates for us. We just need the funding.
Please help us as every princess deserves to walk and play. Will you help her?
Tell a friend to challenge themselves for a sponsored walk run or a sky dive. Everything helps!
Thank you all for your support.