Enable For Eva

A four-year-old girl from Warrington has benefitted from a safe space mobile bed awarded as part of the Steve Morgan Foundation’s Enable programme of funding.

Eva is suffering from Angelman Syndrome, a condition which delays development, as well as severe epilepsy.

The new space mobile bed, which cost £3,895, is portable and will allow Eva to enjoy some respite care.

“Unfortunately little Eva suffers from unpredictable and severe seizures, which cannot be controlled, and she requires 24-hour care and supervision,” says Jane Harris, Administrator with the Steve Morgan Foundation.

“Her mum is currently unwell, and so Eva and her sister are also being supported by their grandparents.

“Eva has now grown out of her cot, and, to be able to take advantage of respite care, needed a safe space bed which the trustees agreed to supply.

“The portable bed allows Eva and her family some more independence, and also allowed her Grandparents to take her away to the Lake District.

“We all wish Eva and her family all the best at such a difficult time.”

The Enable programme of funding from the Steve Morgan Foundation provides specialist equipment to people of all ages.  Check the Enable section of the website or call (01829) 782808 to find out more about the application criteria.


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