Gedling charity improving 'quality of life' of children with life-limiting conditions on hospital ward up for award

Gedling charity improving 'quality of life' of children with life-limiting conditions on hospital ward up for award
 

A Gedling charity improving the 'quality of life' for children with life-limiting conditions on a hospital unit has been nominated for an award.
The Harley Jae Trust became a registered charity three years ago and was set up by Joe Shafter, 34, of Lowdham Road.
Mr Shafter lost his son Harley in 2013, aged seven.
He had pontocerebellar hypoplasia: a neurodegenerative disorder that caused "severe seizures" and "learning difficulties".
He spent up to "half of his life" on the intensive care unit at a hospital in Southampton - after Mr Shafter moved there in 2006... read more

 
20 January 2018 in Regional East, Views: 46
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