Helping Henry

Just4Children wish to provide Henry with life changing spinal surgery and intensive therapy for the next 3 years to give him the best chance of improving his comfort and mobility.

£17831.35
Total raised
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£65,000.00
Target
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£22.00 from Emma Walker
"Congratulations James. Rather you jumping out that plane than me."
£55.00 from Phil Dias
"Well done James Lots of love from The Hammonds xx"
£52.50 from Lyn Hammond
"Good Luck James!"
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"Great cause! Good luck and regards to the family."
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"Good luck!"
£22.00 from Michael Allton
"Good luck James. Lots of love Teresa and John xxx"
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"Good luck James!!! make sure you take fresh undies! Alex & Jon!"
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"Hope the jump doesn't mess you hair up too much."
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"Lovely thing to do and we wish Henry the very best, a great cause."
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"Good luck"
£52.50 from Peter Cox
"Good stuff Uncle James."
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£52.50 from Jim and rose
"Best of luck Jim!!"
£30.00 from Richard Haddock
"Good luck Jim :) Hope you raise all the money needed for your gorgeous little Nephews operation xxxx"
£50.00 from Hayley Docker
"Amazing work James! x"
£31.50 from Emily McGeevor
"Don't forget to use your strongest hair gel, that dive is going to play havoc with your hair!"
£42.00 from Isobel James
"good luck jim x"
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£105.00 from Peter Cox
"Hats off to you! Wonderful thing to do! (will tell you my jump story after you've done yours! :-))"
£30.00 from Elliot Cox
"GOOD LUCK JAMES WE HOPE YOU RAISE AS MUCH AS YOU CAN FOR SUCH A WORTHY CAUSE!!!!!! BDM TRANSPORT"
£52.50 from ben morgan
"Good luck James!"
£20.00 from Alison Fleet
"Rather you than me mate. Good luck!"
£52.50 from Charlie Parker
"Good luck x"
£22.00 from Charlene Hayes
"Good luck Jim!"
£30.00 from Jess Gardner
"Good luck Jim!"
£50.00 from Luke Roberts
"All the best, I hope you get the full amount you need and that the op goes successfully."
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"Good luck"
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"Good luck JC"
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Just4Children wish to provide Henry with life changing spinal surgery and intensive therapy for the next 3 years to give him the best chance of improving his comfort and mobility.

Henry is a 6 year old from Midsomer Norton, Somerset who loves to be independent and making people smile. At 12 months old he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy spastic diplegia which most noticeably affects Henry’s lower limbs making him unable to stand or walk unaided. This has never stopped Henry aiming for better mobility and independence with his determined nature helping him along the way.

Henry has received weekly therapy since diagnosis which has become a big part of his life, teaching him the skills to sit, crawl, walk with a walker and now learning to walk with just sticks thus increasing his stamina to go even further. These are skills we all take for granted but Henry has to work extra hard to achieve.

Just4Children are fundraising to provide Henry with life changing spinal surgery (Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy) and continued, regular therapy to build on his existing skills and more importantly to increase his balance, strength and coordination.

In August 2019 The Portland London confirmed Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy would be beneficial for Henry. Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) surgery is a procedure that treats muscle spasticity caused by abnormal communication from the brain to the muscles. It achieves this by cutting the nerve rootlets in the spinal cord, thus reducing spasticity while improving the range of motion and functional mobility.

Henry deserves the same independence and mobility as any other 6 year old boy.

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