Alfie loves jokes and playing tricks on people. “He’s a cheeky boy who always wants to have fun,” says mum Samantha. But for Alfie, who has cerebral palsy, having fun is a daily struggle.
Alfie can see and hear, but he is profoundly affected in terms of physical movement, and cannot speak.
Around 2,000 babies in the UK are diagnosed with cerebral palsy each year and it affects children in many different ways.
Action is funding research to help children facing a lifetime of challenges caused by disabilities such as cerebral palsy.
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