Vincent strong and brave boy: Now is in the special school Samuel Rhodes
Vincent is from London now is 13. After only four months of being born, we found out that our son was very different from his twin sister. With doctors unable to immediately diagnose the problems, the use of CMR (cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging) highlighted a real shock: one-third of Vincent's brain was damaged, and he, unfortunately, suffered epilepsy alongside his cerebral palsy. At 'Great Ormond Street' Hospital, an extensive brain operation was carried out to help stop epilepsy, resulting in half of his brain being disconnected. Vincent has started to develop but is lagging three years behind his age group. His left side is weak and he needs constant physiotherapy, OT, and speech therapy which we can not obtain from the special school he is attending. In addition, he needs further physiotherapy to improve his motor skills and use his "sleepy" left hand and private tuition to study and catch up somehow that delay..He is at that age that is really willing to learn but the school can't provide one-to-one tuition and specialist physiotherapy, so he can develop faster and in despair, we are appealing to good-hearted strangers for help.
With your urgent help, any donations to Tree of Hope, Vincent can improve dramatically with Conductive Education and Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) which unfortunately is not on NHSS.
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