Born prematurely after a placental rupture, Harley was also born with a bleed on the brain.
Receives: Conductive Ed
Sponsor Harley S
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Harley’s disability means he is unable to sit unaided, stand or walk. He struggles on a daily basis with opening his right hand and using his legs. He needs physiotherapy every day on his legs and arms as his muscles tighten constantly. He also cries a lot because of the pain and spasms.
Harley loves the fact that at Heel and Toe he is stood up with support and able to reach for things. He would love to be up on his feet. Harley gets quite upset when he sees other children playing and he is unable to join in.
Harley has an emotional attachment to his Dad and loves being with him, spending time together watching cars and motorbikes. Harley is also a big NUFC fan.