Newton Abbot boy 'may die before car funding'

A terminally ill boy may die before he qualifies for funding to improve his quality his life, his parents have said.
Stanley Murphy, who is nearly two, has Tay-Sachs disease which means he is unable to move and has seizures.
His parents said they need a specially adapted car to take him out but warn he may not live until the funding threshold of three years old.
The Department of Work and Pensions said it cannot make exceptions.
His parents, from Newton Abbot in Devon, had applied for funding to buy a car capable of carrying a wheelchair under the Disability Living Allowance mobility... read more

29 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 49
Source: BBC

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