Weston is a five-year-old boy who has cerebral palsy and many daily trials. Weston has never been able to walk. He also has difficulty holding up his head and sitting up independently but Weston is working very hard during therapy to strengthen his muscles. Furthermore, Weston has difficulty eating solid food and has a g-tube to ensure that receives all of his necessary nutrients. Despite Weston’s hardships, his family describes him as a happy boy who loves to go outside!
Weston enjoys music, especially the down-to-earth southern sounds of country. He also likes watching Curious George and an occasional sports game on television. However, Weston’s favorite activity is spending time outside where he has fun watching his two older brothers play. With a little help from a generous sponsor Weston might get to enjoy the outdoors even more!
Weston needs an adaptive tricycle! He uses one during intensive therapy and has a great time with the fun exercise. An adaptive tricycle at home will increase Weston’s muscular strength, stamina and mobility. Additionally, he will find new ways to bond with his brothers by taking bike rides together in the beautiful outdoors!