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The Courier features ‘Stewart's Forever Home’

It’s great to see ‘Stewart's Forever Home’ getting a boost to their fundraising target, having been featured in The Courier recently.

The project for 6-year-old Stewart requires £72,500 to be raised above the Disabled Facilities Grant funding awarded to extend and restructure the family home to provide an accessible ground floor bedroom and bathroom for Stewart with equipment and hoisting throughout; plus create level access throughout the ground floor, together with accessible living space and external access for Stewart.

Stewart’s parents advise: “Stewart has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, which is a severe form of epilepsy. Due to this he lost most of his skills and abilities when he was 2 years old. As Stewart continues to deteriorate we need to adapt our home to give Stewart a bedroom and bathroom downstairs, with facilities for hoisting.”

“This is about keeping him at home for as long as possible.”

Stewart's Family ‘Stewart's Forever Home’