‘Theo’s home adaptations’ project will extend the existing family home to provide Theo with increased living space and wheelchair access into and throughout the house to meet his medical requirements. A Disabled Facilities Grant has been accessed through the council, to create a downstairs accessible bedroom and wetroom for Theo, but costs of the works leave a shortfall of £18,075 to meet the project costs, which Theo’s family are now busy fundraising towards, and local businesses have stepped in to offer their support.
Theo’s Mum tells us:
“Theo is a happy 3-year-old with Ohtahara Syndrome and brittle bones. His condition causes uncontrollable epilepsy. Theo loves being around family and friends and we are hoping to raise the funds to make the living space accessible for him to be able to do this safely, as he has already had nine fractures to his femur and tibia. We are looking forward to the completion and enjoying quality time together in a safe accessible space for him.”
To read more about ‘Theo’s home adaptations’ and how to support him please visit: https://www.sullivansheroes.org/projects/theos-home-adaptations/