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Child’s Name: Max H

Child’s Condition: Cerebral Palsy

Attended Heel & Toe Since: 2017

Max’s birth was long and complicated and he was diagnosed with CP at the age of 6 weeks old.

Receives: Physiotherapy & SALT

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Max’s Story

Max is unable to sit and has poor coordination. He gets frustrated easily and physically tired quickly. He requires lots of stretches due to stiffness in all four of his limbs. He has to do lots of exercises on his tummy and in a kneeling position to help strengthen his core, and increase his sitting and reaching abilities.

Prior to Heel and Toe Max was not aware of much apart from watching TV. He hated going out and he could not play with toys, he never responded to anything. Now he interacts with his peers, enjoys playing with toys and his communication has come a long way. He now also enjoys swimming, going to the park and playing with toys at home, reading books with family, and singing. He now knows who his physio and CE therapists are and responds when I mention going to see them.

For the future we would love for Max to be up on his feet and walking, for him to have as much independence as possible, and be able to sit alone and feed himself, etc.