A Glimpse At What It Is Like Raising A Child With Cerebral Palsy, Severe Intractable Epilepsy And Cortical Visual Impairment

We have so much to be thankful for. Having recently became a mom, this story completely broke my heart. Let’s show this family our support of their incredible journey!

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I recently reached out to Lisa, little Hunter’s mom, and asked her if I could please share their story. I have been following this brave little boy’s life on Facebook since the beginning of the year… I have cried for them with every setback and leaped with joy at every triumph.See, Hunter is a very special little boy – not only is he strikingly beautiful, but he also suffers fromCerebral Palsy, severe Intractable Epilepsy and Cortical Visual Impairment afterdamage to the brain was picked up In Utero… he is only 18 monthsold.

A Glimpse At What It Is Like Raising A Child With Cerebral Palsy, Severe Intractable Epilepsy And Cortical Visual Impairment

I admire his parents, they have remained positive throughout Hunters’ diagnosis and continue to do so every day – reading the updates on the Facebook page you can see for yourself, they are taking this head on! I have asked Lisa to tell us her story, to tell uswhat it is really like raising a…

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