Helping Little Lydia

Helping Little Lydia from Swansea get all the support of treatments and therapies she needs for a much better life.

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"What an amazing little girl sending love and hugs and hope you can raise enough to get to Boston x"
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"Good luck Lydia! Such a beautiful and precious little girl xx"
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"Such a heart breaking story to read. I really hope you can get to Boston to get the treatment Lydia needs, Nicola, Manchester"
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"My baby boy has hydrocephalus so fully understand how desperately this needs to be rectified. Thinking of you all x"
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Helping Little Lydia from Swansea get all the support of treatment and therapies she needs for a much better life.

In 2016 Lydia had an operation that had complications and she was starved of oxygen for 20 minutes. As a result she now has severe cerebral palsy on top of her existing condition Dandy Walker Complex.

We are unsure as to where therapies and treatment are going for Lydia. We have been told that the next 4 years of early intervention and significant input is going to be required for her brain to develop as best that it can. She is going to need money for this, equipment and home adaptions that come up when needed.

Lydia’s care is a full time stressful job. It’s 24 hours a day and is highly demanding. It has amazing benefits, however. Respite care or a small holiday for our family is going to be essential for us to function properly long term.

We know that her life is so precious. We ask that you believe the same and give what you can to Just4Children to support us as a family to make sure her we can stand by her name and acronym:

L.Y.D.I.A =  LIVING YOUR DREAMS IS ACHIEVABLE