Amy Williams wants to raise money in memory of her friend who died of muscular dystrophy. A woman with cerebral palsy and epilepsy has set herself a massive challenge to raise money for Muscular Dystropy UK. With a love of the outdoors and inspired by her friend who died of muscular dystrophy, Amy Williams, 27, from Gloucester, will over the course of March look to embarking on a exhausting triathlon. Miss Williams describes her relationship with her best friend Jack Taggart, who died when he was years-old.
Amazing Gloucester woman with cerebral palsy to take on triathlon challenge
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Haley doesn't let her disability define her, and just wants to help out on her farm. However, the youngster had a difficult start in life after spending her first two weeks in a special baby care unit. By the time Haley was aged one, it was clear to her parents Abigail and Roger that she was not developing as expected, and she was later diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Get the top GrimsbyLive stories straight to your inbox , click here. Haley was four and a half years old when she took her first independent steps, and has continued to astound with her progress.
By Rachel Sharp For Dailymail. Liza Scott set up a stand inside Savage's Bakery in Homewood, Alabama, where she is selling her own homemade lemonade as well as cookies and candy canes to drum up funds for her life-saving treatment. The little girl was diagnosed this month with three rare cerebral malformations - an irregularity of the brain - after she suffered a seizure back in January.
The thing about autism is that the spectrum is so wide you never truly know what you will get. For some people, autism could mean not being able to make direct eye contact, hating physical affection, needing more time to process information or make decisions. One common characteristic that many people with autism have is that they can get fixated on certain subjects, things, or even people.