Hunter’s skull was fractured during a failed forceps delivery, resulting in brain damage and leaving him with hemiparesis, a facial nerve injury and seizures.
Receives: Conductive Ed Physiotherapy
£55 of £2,800 raised
This is Hunter. Always happy and always smiling, Hunter’s parents were told he would not live past 72 hours. But, here he is and he’s a little fighter.
Not so long ago, Hunter had massive trouble down the left side of his body. He was unable to kneel or open up his left fist. Now, since joining Heel & Toe, his family has seen a huge difference in his life, allowing him to progress a lot more.
Hunter enjoys walking and playing, especially when it comes to throwing bean bags! The daily exercises he needs also allow him to go swimming and horse riding, as well making lots of friends, such as Lyra at Conductive Education Therapy.
Hunter recently took his firsts independant steps at the charity and continues to grow stronger every day thanks to his therapy.
Take a look at Hunter in action below on our YouTube channel.