Boy can’t go to school because his feet are ‘a health and safety risk’

Boy can’t go to school because his feet are ‘a health and safety risk’
 

A six-year-old boy is apparently being forced to miss school because of a rare condition that affects his feet.
Spencer Kristianson, from Castleford in West Yorkshire, suffers from Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome, a disorder that causes his feet to grow at dramatically different speeds.
Mother watched as daughter, 7, was crushed by lorry Only around one in 30,000 people in the UK has the condition.
Spencer’s mum Amber, 26, claims that unless Spencer gets expensive orthotic shoes he has to miss school – as he is deemed a ‘health and safety risk’.
The custom-made shoes cost £300 for a pair, and... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 33
Source: Metro
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