Rosie has had a very busy first week back at home. We have had visits from the Community Nurses, our local Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist and are meeting our Speech and Language Therapist tomorrow. We have a standing frame on loan to us and a chair. We are working hard each day, following a therapy programme so Rosie continues to get stronger.
We have been blown away by the generosity of family and friends who have kindly donated via Rosie’s crowdfunding page www.justgiving/crowdfunding/RosieDay1.
Due to data protection we are unable to see who the anonymous donations are from. Obviously we completely respect that some people wish to remain anonymous but if there are some that have donated this way and are happy to inform us privately that would be great as we would love to thank you.
Thank you also to “Row for a Reason”, Heybridge who kindly gifted money to Rosie and to Stuart Little and friends currently training hard for the Three Peaks Challenge.
The donations received meant we were able to take Rosie for an assessment yesterday at Kids Physio Works, Colchester. It is an amazing private Children’s Neuro rehabilitation facility. They have some amazing equipment which will really help strengthen Rosie’s muscles, stimulate them and send the necessary signals to her brain to help it to rewire.
We hope to attend Kids Physio Works regularly. We also want to purchase some of the equipment for home so that we can continue to work hard in getting Rosie as good as we can.
Thank you for your continued love and support, it really is lovely to be home.