Reece sat up on his own for the first-time last Saturday and I just cried my eyes out.
As freemasons, we all give money to charity regularly, but to see where it’s going,
Double Trouble at King Edward VII
Caiden and Reece Todd are the twin sons of proud parents Chris and Lisa. Unfortunately, they were born prematurely at 30 weeks weighing only 3lb 1oz each and consequently, they both suffered serious brain injuries.
They were later diagnosed with Cerebral palsy and have been attending Step and Learn since they were 10 months old. At their original assessment, neither of them could sit up, roll, crawl, or bear weight. Caiden in particular, had very poor head control and his hands were always closed in a fist.
If you’d like to find out more about Step and Learn, or perhaps even sponsor a child, please visit www.stepandlearn.org .
STEP AND LEARN
A Charity Driven By Passion
Step and Learn is a charity dedicated to assist the physical and educational improvements of children with Cerebral Palsy and associated motor difficulties. Our aim, like Andras Peto the Hungarian founder of Conductive Education, is to view the child holistically, educating and motivating the child through play to become active participants throughout their daily lives.
Step and Learn provides the building blocks to children who have to learn how to control their body, a skill that is second nature to a child with no neurological impairments. We teach them to sit, stand, feed themselves etc. Tasks that will make them depend less on others when they are older as they equipped with the tools that enable them to be more independent.
Taken from https://www.stepandlearn.org