Jamie Dyer: Brain scan revealed problem

PUBLISHED: 07:33 12 November 2008 | UPDATED: 22:35 15 June 2010

JAMIE was born prematurely, weighing under 4lbs, at 31 weeks. He was kept in hospital for six weeks after his birth, but brain scans revealed a problem.

JAMIE was born prematurely, weighing under 4lbs, at 31 weeks. He was kept in hospital for six weeks after his birth, but brain scans revealed a problem.He was subsequently diagnosed with cerebral palsy.The condition delayed his development, meaning he didn't start to crawl until he was 18-months-old."By then, we knew he had a bit of a problem," says his mum, June.Jamie has benefited from expert help at Honeylands and Vranch House, in Pinhoe.He now enjoys attending Honiton Community Primary School three days a week."His main problem is his mobility," said June. "His legs don't work properly, but his upper body is very strong.


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