......in Worcestershire who loves to play, especially with his Thomas trains. Lewis was born 10 weeks premature and spent 5 1/2 weeks in SCBU where he thrived. We brought our little boy home and all seemed fine until he began missing milestones like sitting and crawling. He was later diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. This effects his movements in all four limbs. The muscles in his legs are tight and his trunk is weak. These combined are having an effect on his bones causing hip dislocation and scoliosis.
Lewis has made some good progress. He can now floor sit unsupported and has even began stepping in his kaye walker recently. However, in order for Lewis to continue to progress and reach his full potential we need to raise funds for Tree of Hope via Doing It For Lewis so we are able to include some intensive physiotherapy blocks at The Footsteps Centre in Oxford and for Lewis to receive private physiotherapy at home. Lewis is determined and will put 100% effort in during therapy.
Doing It For Lewis also need to raise funds to provide specialist therapy equipment Lewis may need to carry out daily tasks.
Should Doing It For Lewis exceed the target amount or if we do not raise enough funds, or if they can not be used for any other reason, the funds raised will go to the general funds of Tree of Hope to assist other sick children.
Lewis is 4 years old and suffers with Cerebral Palsy and is the main reason we are raising funds and awareness.
Stewart recently did a skydive to raise funds for Doing It For Lewis and organised the live music event aswell as supporting his sons and partner.
Laura is not only Lewis's mum but also full time carer aswell as organising as many fund raising events as possible for Doing It For Leiws.
Oliver is going to be doing a 10K twilight hike to try and raise some money for his little brother.
Doing It For Lewis
90 Fairfield Road
07790 464 586