Ameen was born at 35 weeks and has cerebral palsy. His parents want to help him learn to strengthen his muscles and help his communication skills
Receives – Conductive Ed
able to keep wrist in midline while keeping his hands on his knees or holding small equipment.
able to control his trunk position by holding on ladder back chair/wall ladder with two hands in front.
able to keep his feet flat up to 5 minutes without losing his balance on stool or small chair.
£300 of £4,500 raised
Ameen ‘s Story
Say ‘Hello’ to Ameen. His disability – Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy – affects him in all kinds of ways, but he enjoys socialising with his peers, making plenty of friends through regular Heel & Toe meetings and chatting with adults.
Despite his disability, Ameen loves physical activities, especially walking, and he receives the necessary exercise for his disability through whole body stretches and active movement.
He has stated that, before his association with Heel & Toe Children’s Charity, Ameen struggled with a lot of things in his day-to-day life, but since he has joined, he has made many friends with his conductors and peers and has found each of his experiences through the charity extremely enjoyable.