"This time last year we were very worried about Holly's future. Even after months of physiotherapy there was no change in Holly; she was very unhappy, crying all the time and always being sick. She was losing weight, she couldn't eat anything because of her weak swallow and was always getting chest infections. She had a G-tube put in around April and we were told that it was permanent and she was nil by mouth.
"We started ABR in June and the way we see it everything has changed. Today Holly is very happy and always smiling; she's only had 2 chest infections since June.
She's eating little bits of everything but her favourite thing is chocolate! She's very cheeky and saying a few words, she can hold toys and play. You can tell that she's getting stronger.
Sarah Pickering (Holly’s Mum 24/10/13)
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