Child’s Name: Grace M

Child’s Condition: Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy & Autism

Attended Heel & Toe Since: 2016

Receives: Conductive Education

Grace was born at full term and via normal delivery however she did not breathe independently for the first 12 days, and also required tube feeding for the first 4 weeks. Parents were told there was some brain damage but the extent of this is unknown despite MRI’s. She has also recently been diagnosed with Epilepsy after suffering several lengthy seizures and also has a diagnosis of Autism.

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Grace’s Story

At 3 & 1/2 years old Grace was formally diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. She has a lot of fine and gross motor skills problems including inability to jump or high kneel and limited leg/eye coordination. She does however run everywhere and is very active. She also seeks a lot of sensory feedback from her environment often mouthing toys/objects.

Her family call her Amazing Grace as she has overcome so much and no matter what she keeps on smiling. She is a very happy little girl who is always on the go and is very sociable. Grace loves to watch Mr Tumble and Frozen, and enjoys eating Kinder chocolate… yummy.