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We want Rosie to continue to improve so are going to do all we can to privately fund additional therapy and specialist equipment. 
We are incredibly grateful for any help in getting Rosie as good as she can be to enable her to enjoy every precious day that the gift of a new heart has given her. 
We also want to raise awareness of organ donation so please consider organ donation for you and your family (children can be donors too) and share your decision with loved ones.  Register as an organ donor via; www.organdonation.nhs.uk or; 0300 123 23 23
 
If you would like to make a donation, please visit our JustGiving page, we really appreciate it. 

Cardiomyopathy UK

are the only UK charity dedicated to providing support and information to anyone affected by cardiomyopathy. They rely entirely on donations and are working for prompt diagnosis, information and treatment to save lives and improve quality of life. The team have been there for Rosie and her family from day one making us all #teamcardio.

Great Ormond Street Hospital

provides inspirational and world-class care to hundreds of children every day but they need to raise over £90 million every year to help give hope to very sick children and their families. Throughout its long history, Great Ormond Street Hospital has always relied on public support, even after the founding of the NHS in 1948.

The chances of survival from Sudden Cardiac Arrest diminish by 10% per minute until defibrillation is carried out. After 10 minutes the chances of survival are almost zero. With the average response time of emergency services in the UK being 10 minutes, it is very comforting to know that your funds have helped place a number of defibrillator units in Rosie’s local area. 
 
Donated funds are already allowing an Emergency First Aid course to be run by Danbury First Responders and the British Heart Foundation Heart Start trainers. The course is in Rosie’s local area and covers CPR, how to use a defibrillator and many other live saving tips. Rosie’s mum was very lucky to have attended one of these sessions as her skills kept Rosie alive.

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