A young man who loves the kitchen and dressing snappily.

Liam’s Story

“Children with disabilities are like butterflies with a broken wing. They are just as beautiful as all the others, but they need help to spread their wings.”

A delay in Liam’s delivery resulted in a deprivation of oxygen, causing permanent, irreversible brain damage leading to cerebral palsy.

Here’s Liam with his amazing wheelchair that raises him into a standing position, whether in the kitchen, on the dance floor or in the pub with his dad. This enables him to do everyday tasks that were previously impossible and Liam loves to cook now. The kitchen has been equipped specifically for him and there are many more adaptions throughout his home to help increase Liam’s day to day independence.

Photography courtesy of Brown and Bird

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