Annabelle’s Journey

Just4Children are raising money to build on and increase Annabelle’s strength, balance and mobility which will help a determined and curious little girl play and explore the world more easily.

£5216.67
Total raised
5 %
£100,000.00
Target
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44 donations

Recent donations

"Dear Simon, Rochelle and Annabelle. My dear school friend Beverley Womack kindly donated $20. She emigrated to New York in her teens. Bev works with children with special needs in a school."
£17.00 from Vicki Gordon
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£22.00 from Ethan Cleary
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£10.00 from Visitor at DVLCC
"Well done Simon."
£22.00 from Elaine Charles
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£24.00 from Ali Boyle and crew
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£11.00 from Victoria Allen
"Good luck for tomorrow xx"
£22.00 from Liz Carter
"Good luck with the run tomorrow xx"
£22.00 from Liz Carter
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£55.00 from Richard Semadeni
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£33.00 from Charlotte Carter
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£HIDDEN from Nicol Harlow
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£33.00 from Vicki Gordon
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£50.00 from Sally Smith
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£11.00 from Yvonne Corbett
"Good luck"
£21.00 from Andrea Manville
"Good luck mate"
£10.00 from Mark Burkill
"Proud of you x"
£55.00 from Tracey Jarju
"Good Luck Hope the day goes well"
£HIDDEN from Lennox O'Garro
"Go Simon Go! Good luck darling on your Brighton Marathon run for Just4Children for your beautiful daughter Annabelle 😀❤️☘🍀💗xxx"
£HIDDEN from Anonymous
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£20.00 from Iain Walker
"Good luck"
£22.00 from Anonymous
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£HIDDEN from Anonymous
"Good luck Simon with all best wishes from Rohan Solicitors"
£600.00 from Rupert Rohan
"From Linda Lamount"
£6.00 from Rochelle Carter
"Smash it Simon! X"
£21.00 from Paul Carter
"Will be on standby with Oxygen tank xxxxxx"
£31.50 from Lorraine
"All the very best for the run !!!!! Knowing your commitment you will break the 4 hour mark !"
£52.50 from Chris Coleman

Just4Children are raising money to build on and increase Annabelle’s strength, balance and mobility which will help a determined and curious little girl play and explore the world more easily like other children.

Annabelle is a two year old little girl from West Sussex who has Cerebral Palsy in all four of her limbs as a result of complications around the time of her birth.

If we are able to increase Annabelle’s strength, we can apply to see if she is a candidate for Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy, a surgery which is now becoming more commonly performed on those who have four limb Cerebral Palsy. The surgery would involve cutting the sensory nerve fibres which are sending incorrect signals to her brain. If Annabelle is a candidate, the surgery would enable her greater independence later in life as it would remove the spasticity and tightness from Annabelle’s muscles which is something we already battle with everyday and it will get worse as she grows.

The only way to increase Annabelle’s strength, balance and mobility is to do regular therapy as well as intensive therapy as unfortunately the daily home therapy, the twice weekly conductive education sessions, the once weekly music therapy and the occasional NHS physiotherapy sessions are not enough!

We are starting private physiotherapy and aquatic therapy shortly and are also looking into a programme with the Movement Centre for next year, an intensive week with Bobath Centre, hippotherapy and various other therapies and treatments which collectively will help Annabelle’s strength and the ultimate goal of greater mobility and independence.

Our little girl deserves to sit unaided, deserves to stand unaided and deserves to walk. We are hoping with your support that one day she will get to do all of those things!

To follow Annabelle’s Journey please visit:

https://m.facebook.com/annabellejasmincarter

https://www.instagram.com/capturing_annabelles_journey

Thank you for your support.

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