Hannah Lindfield (by Milli Lindfield)
Hannah Lindfield, who suffered from Pfeiffer Syndrome, was a prolific painter and writer. Her book, 'Invisible Struggle', shares her story, offering inspiration and hope to those facing similar challenges. Hannah sadly died in 2014, aged 23, and her mother, Milli, has written a moving article about her life.
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Theo's Story (by Kerri Edwards)
Theo is one year old - Metopic
At just 8 weeks old Theo was rushed to Bristol Childrens’ Hospital with suspected meningitis. We were kept in for five days so Theo could have IV antibiotics. His blood tests showed signs of infection in his body but they didn’t know where. On day 3 the paediatrician came to see how he was progressing and it was then she noticed a ridge on his forehead and said he had possible Craniosynostosis and would need to go for a CT scan.
» Read Theo's Story
Riding for the Disabled - A galloping success (by Ingrid Laurence)
Max, 10 years old, London - ERF
No one who has ever seen the children at the Headlines Family Weekends rushing to interact with the Forest Floor Reptiles can be in any doubt that animals can offer a special sort of therapy for children.
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In memory of Sasha Gentle (by Zoe Hilton-Webb)
I am writing this article in memory of my friend Sasha because this February it was ten years since she died. I wanted to do something in her memory and I thought I would share some of my memories that I have of Sasha.
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Danielle Rimmer, 21 years old, Greater Manchester - Craniofrontonasal Dysplasia
Hello my name is Danielle, I’m 21 years old and I live in Greater Manchester. When I was born I was diagnosed with having a craniofacial condition called Craniofrontonasal dysplasia, which caused the bones in my skull to fuse together. This meant that there was little room for my brain to grow and develop. Other features of my condition included having wide spaced eyes, splits in the nails and webbing under the arms.
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Alice Baldwin, 19 years old, Newbury - Aperts Syndrome
Hiya! I’m Alice and I have Aperts Syndrome. Many of you may recognise my face from my previous article I wrote for headlines a couple of years ago. I wrote my life story, explaining what operations I have had over the past 19 years along with the good and the bad things that have happened in my life
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