Happy 2nd SDR Anniversary to our brave little ‘Warrior Princess’. We are so, so proud of you Mae!
Thanks to Dr TS Park, SDR surgery, the wonderful team of therapists at Peds Neurosurgery Slch (Michael Kenyon, Jackie Bryce, Deanna, Barrie, Elaine and Miss Beth) Mae’s aMAEzing ‘team’ of therapists (Jo Applin Ward, Adam Viktor Glowacz, Daniel Woods, Mike Poole, Steph Robertson, Charli Louise Yselkla, Amy Bairstowe, Mark Shane Harries and CSW’s Debbie & Dawn) Mae’s hard work, dedication and to YOU.
SDR surgery has given Mae the chance to have a more independent future. Mae still has a long way to go in terms of intensive therapy and achieving her dreams. Still, she has such a positive attitude and shows great enthusiasm when it comes to following her programme (5 days of the week). There is no doubt in our minds that if we continue to support her, then she can and she will get there.
We would like to take this opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to everyone who has and continues to support and share Mae’s journey. As you can see, your help is contributing to a life- changing difference for Mae and we couldn’t do it without your kindness and generosity.
If you would like to help Mae continue with her journey you can donate to her therapy programme at JustGiving, or by texting MAEF70£amount to 70070, thank you xx
We’re excited to share a fantatsic week of excitement for Mae and her family, who are now all officially Foxes! Matt and Amy tied the knot last Saturday, with family and friends very emotional to witness the sight of Mae walking down the aisle in her bridesmaid dress!
‘Daddy, wait until you see Mummy!’
We all enjoyed a fantastic celebration after the ceremony, with special guests The Seventy performing live music all evening. The Seventy were responsible for recording a charity single in aid of Hope4Mae last year, and it was wonderful to see Mae dance to their live rendition at the reception.
See the video! Hope 4 Mae – Ho Hey
Sadly The Seventy are no longer going to be performing live, due to their other commitments, but you can catch them for one final gig at Halloweekend, Real Time Live, in Chesterfield on 31st October. Advance tickets are just £5 here.
On top of all that excitment Mae was nominated for The Doncaster Free Press Pride Awards …..AND WON an Inspirational Young Person Award!! We’re all so very proud of Mae’s achievements and thank you all for sharing the journey.
Mae’s Inspirational Young Person Award
As always, huge thanks for eveyone’s continued support and a reminder that we are still raising funds to maintain Mae’s rehabilitation and therapy, currently costing over £20,000 per year to maximise her movement and independence.
At the end of January we celebrated the 1st anniversary of Mae’s surgery in the US. Can you believe that its been a year already?
Mae celebrates her 1st SDR Anniversary!
We have kept in contact with the Doncaster Free Press who have been following Mae’s progress. This has been a great way for us to let local supporters know our news. The reporter was very keen to reflect that we are continuing to raise funds for Mae’s rehabilitation, and was kind enough to share details of the ongoing costs and demands of suppporting Mae’s progress. Many thanks to them for highlighting our progress in the Free Press this week. You can see the article, as well as a fabulous video of Mae during therapy, on the Doncaster Free Press website.
We will continue to keep the Hope4Mae fund going, to support Mae’s rehabilitation programme. In celebration of her surgery anniversary, we will be launching a VERY special raffle, very close to our hearts. All proceeds will go to Mae’s rehab care. We will be announcing the details very soon!
Thanks so much for your continued support. It means so very much x