Noah's Story Fighting & Smiling Through his first 4 years
Noah loves to explore and go on little adventures. He walks and runs with his kaye walker but is limited in what he can do due to his cerebral palsy. He cannot stand or walk unaided. He cannot sit freely or comfortably without a chair. He has poor balance and finds it difficult to transition from one position to another. All of these simple movements are a major challenge to Noah.
Noah has been accepted for life changing surgery in the US, called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy. This surgery would significantly reduce the spasticity in Noah’s legs and give him the opportunity to learn to walk independently in all environments! It would also help free up his body and allow him to have better control of his movements and balance.
But first we need to raise €100k to cover the cost of this surgery, travel to St Louis, some necessary post op equipment and post op therapy.
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