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Scarlett’s Wish2Walk Hello, my name is Scarlett from Croydon. I am 8 years old and I have Cerebral Palsy. I have just been accepted to have a life changing operation called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy at St. Louis Children's Hospital in America.

Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) Surgery for Cerebral Palsy | St. Louis Children's Hospital

SELECTIVE DORSAL RHIZOTOMY operations helping children with cerebral palsy. Share this to make the NHS fund this operation

Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) Source: St. Louis Children's Hospital

Funny six year old boy Elliot is a lovely, funny six year old boy from Bournemouth who has spastic diplegic cerebral palsy and severe Haemophilia A. Great Ormond Street Hospital has assessed Elliot as a suitable candidate for Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR), a life-changing operation which will give him much more freedom of movement.

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Louis’s little legs Hello, my name is Louis from Portsmouth and I am 3 years old. I was a slow mover as a baby and didn’t walk until after my second birthday. When I was two and a half, doctors diagnosed me with Spastic Diplegia, a form of cerebral palsy.

Life changing opportunity! Corey is an articulate determined young man who endeavours to lead an active life despite his disability. Whilst he is unable to walk independently and often uses a wheelchair, due to his Cerebral Palsy, he always looks to what he can do rather than what he can't.

Change Jay’s life Jay is 7 years old and was born 8 weeks premature. When at the age of 13 months my son was not reaching his milestones, the health visitor referred Jay to the hospital where they carried out a MRI scan. 2 weeks later we received the news that our special boy had cerebral palsy and cerebral visual impairment. The Doctor said Jay would most likely spend his life in a wheel chair.