Paralysed schoolboy, 12, amazes his mother as he writes a Christmas song by BLINKINGAdam Bojelian, 12, who has cerebral palsy, wrote the song with the help of mother Zoe, 52With the help of a Hollywood musician, the family have now made the song available on iTunes for charity It has already attracted celebrity backing including from actor Ewan McGregor | UPDATED: 14:30 GMT, 20 December 2012 A paralysed schoolboy who can only communicate with his eyes has written a Christmas song by blinking.
How drug used to speed up births can starve a baby of oxygen | UPDATED: 06:48 GMT, 16 October 2012 Kate was nine days overdue with Jack when she was admitted to Yeovil District Hospital Jack Clayton is a bright seven-year-old with an impish grin who loves riding his Dartmoor pony, Harry Hoof, and playing with his four-year-old brother.
Girl, 4, denied operation to help her walk due to postcode lottery to have surgery after well-wishers raise 30,000 Evie suffers from cerebral palsy and can only shuffle using a walking frameShe will undergo a procedure to 'free' her legs thanks to contributions from wellwishers after her story was featured on MailOnline in January | UPDATED: 10:32 GMT, 28 August 2012 Karissa Skidmore with her daughter Evie Tucker who suffers from cerebral palsy.
Boy, 6, with cerebral palsy takes first steps after family raise 50,000 for life-changing surgery in America Operation involves cutting the nerves in the spine to release the spasticity (tension) in AJs muscles | UPDATED: 09:10 GMT, 18 June 2012 A little boy born with cerebral palsy has taken his first steps just days after a life-changing operation in America.
Jumping for joy: Boy who was confined to wheelchair is on his feet after 45,000 operation in America | UPDATED: 12:41 GMT, 25 April 2012 Up on his feet: Hari, two, now loves jumping in puddles A boy can now have fun splashing in puddles after life-changing surgery in the U.S helped him to run and jump for the first time.
Trucking tycoon pledges 15k for cerebral palsy boy's life-changing surgeryCerebral palsy sufferer Theo Bishop cannot walkU.S.