Hamza's battle with Cerebral Palsy
Please help us raise £50,000 for Tree of Hope to help Hamza, aged sixteen months from Leicester, receive the best possible treatment for his Cerebral Palsy.
Hamza currently receives much needed ABR treatment but needs to continue with this. Advanced Biomechanical Rehabilitation is a gentle home based therapy system for children with a brain injury. It works on the internal strength of the child, improving function and the overall health of the child. The therapy involves Hamza being examined every 4 months by the ABR team. A tailored treatment package is then devised and taught to the parents. We have been using ABR on Hamza now for 7 months and we have seen a significant improvement in both his movement and general wellbeing
Hamza also desperately needs a body suit. The suit hugs the body and provides additional support to the trunk area. The system comes with added straps which when placed correctly encourage and make it easier for Hamza to bring his feet to his mouth, spend more time on his tummy and get into other positions required for him to progress and reach his developmental milestones.
We are taking Hamza to Punarnava Ayurvedic Hospital in Kerala, India on the 9th of February. Whilst there he will receive daily massages to ease his spasticity and hopefully improve his function.
Most of the treatments above are ongoing but quite expensive as not funded by the NHS.
Should we exceed the target amount (or if we do not raise enough funds, or if they cannot be used for any other reason) the funds raised will go to the general funds of Tree of Hope to assist other sick children.
Please give your support to Tree of Hope to improve the quality of Hamza’s life.
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