My name is Amie and my son, Callum, goes to Tŷ Hafan. He loves it and so does the whole family.
Callum is four and has Ohtahara syndrome - a rare epilepsy condition.
He was born by C section on 18 May 2012. He was ok at first but when he was five weeks, he started fitting. He was having at least 19 fits a day and he was hospitalised for nearly four months.
He had an MRI scan, a lumbar puncture, blood tests and genetic testing and it took almost a year before he was diagnosed with Ohtaara syndrome. Callum has since been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and scoliosis - curvature of the spine.
He can't talk, walk or even smile. The last smile I had from him was when he was six weeks old.
Despite this, Callum is such a pleasant little boy who we love to bits. We wouldn't change him for the world.
Tŷ Hafan has been my rock. They help us as a family and make us feel so welcome when we visit. They have helped us so much and we can't thank them enough.
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