Hi, my name is Stanley and I’m 4 years old from Wareham in Dorset.
I have a condition called Semi Lobar Holoprosencephaly which has caused cerebral palsy and global developmental delay. This means the muscles in my legs are really tight so I struggle to crawl or walk without help. I find it hard to sit unaided and can’t support much weight with my arms.
It’s really hard to use both hands together and play with toys. I manage to get around on the floor doing a commando crawl, mainly to chase after my little sister! On the up side, I go to my local school and have lots of friends.
I’m getting really good at using my wheelchair and love going fast. I love vehicles and I especially love watching the Formula 1 with my Daddy.
What I’d love is to be able to get around a bit easier and going to a centre that carries out intensive therapies would help a lot, and that’s where all your support can help me. Continuous therapy and the right equipment will mean there is no limit to what I can achieve.