After each workshop, the parents send me 3 photos they have taken for me to review and give my advice on. This gives a great motivation to practise everything they have learnt and means I can be sure they have understood everything they learnt in the morning.
I’m always delighted at the results they achieve after just a half day workshop with me, you can see some of the results in my before and after gallery.
I was posting the feedback video in the private Facebook group from my last workshop in June, and this was one of the fantastic photos I was reviewing.
Fantastic isn’t it?
I then spotted a link to ‘Harrison’s fund’ from the mum’s Facebook page, and clicked through as I knew her son was called Harrison. I was so moved where to buy amoxicillin uk reading all about this little boy and his parents and their heartbreaking and inspiring story.
Harrison was diagnosed with the fatal Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in January 2011 when he was 4 years old. Watch this moving video that his parents have made about Harrison and their fight against this horrible disease. His Mum & Dad leapt into action straight away and set up Harrison’s fund which has one goal; to get as much money as possible into the hands of the worlds best researchers who are working to find a cure for Duchenne.
If you are as moved by Harrison’s story as I am, make sure you like his Facebook page and share it with your friends to raise awareness his fight and the cause.