Jack suffered a brain injury at just 3 days old. Now we need your help to get him the rehabilitation that he needs to thrive!
Jack is a lively and determined 2½ year old boy from Warrington who suffers from epilepsy, cerebral palsy and global developmental delay.
Jack became very ill when he was just 3 days old, leaving him with moderate to severe brain damage. This affected his ability to see, learn and move. Jack finds it hard to hold onto objects, and can’t yet talk, stand or walk. This makes it tricky for him to interact with the world around him and communicate with his family and friends.
In spite of his challenges Jack has managed to learn to crawl with the help of a specific type of therapy called the CME method which is not available on the NHS. Jack also requires costly regular physiotherapy and specialised equipment.
We know Jack has the physical capacity to walk and play. He just needs help with learning the motor planning. Our family will be so grateful for any contributions to help give Jack the support he needs. It will change his life!
Jack is a determined little fighter. He will not let you down!