Project Description

Chloe’s Story

Chloe is unable to walk and is a full-time wheelchair user. Through a lack of NHS physiotherapy Chloe started attending Heel and Toe many moons ago as she requires lots of daily stretching exercises, balance tasks and assistance to stand and weight bear as much as she is able.

Chloe loves attending Heel and Toe and works really well with all of the conductors, finding her sessions enjoyable and fun. She takes part in as much as she can at Heel and Toe, attending events such as bag packs, onesie walk, coach trips, etc. she has also assisted with numerous tin collections. Outside of Heel and Toe Chloe is a budding actress and attended the Pauline Quirke Academy (PQA) to study performing arts, she also attended New College Durham to study production and performing arts.

Chloe is a very happy, cheerful young lady who never lets her disability get her down or let it stop her from doing anything she wants to do. She is very sociable and chatty, and finds it easy to make friends wherever she goes. Chloe dreams of being an actress and would love to star in Hollyoaks as it is her favourite TV soap.


In 2019, Chloe became our youngest Charity Ambassador. Within this role Chloe continues to fundraise and spread awareness about her much loved charity to ensure all of the children receiving therapy, are given the opportunities she has been given and Heel & Toe Charity.

You can follow Chloe’s blog on the charity website, simply click the link below.

Read Chloe’s Blog

In February 2020, Chloe underwent 10 hours of intensive Spinal Surgery at James Cook Hospital, Middlesborough. The surgery meant Chloe now has a metal rod fused to her spine to straighten her posture and improve her health.

Chloe is going to be in recovery for a while and will need intensive Physiotherapy at the charity which comes at a cost. If you would like to donate or fundraise for Chloe please donate or get in touch; Email:

Chloe's Spine Before SurgeryChloe's Spine Before Surgery
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