When Scarlett was just nine months old, she was not reaching developmental milestones. Following an MRI, she had a diagnosis of Cerebellar Atrophy. The cerebellum is at the back of the brain and controls voluntary movements. She is not able to walk, her speech is delayed, and she struggles with balance and motor skills.
Your investment in the Rehabilitation Centre for Children has contributed to it being like family to Scarlett’s family. They feel welcome, embraced and understood by the exceptional team who care for her.
Your continued support will help ensure this continues. Give today!
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