In July, Cricks was trying to help Jace Tyler from Tweed Heads. Jace was born 3.5 months premature, and sadly caught golden staph when he was just two weeks old. The infection ate away his hip joints, which left him in need of a wheelchair. He also has ADHD and a severe anxiety disorder.
Jace was in need of some sensory equipment and a new wheelchair.
The Cricks team worked together to buy two pieces of expensive sensory equipment for Jace (which will be delivered shortly). In addition to the sensory equipment, the family will also received some amazing funding which will change their life. The NSW Government and the Minister for Disability Services is donating $2500 to the family, in partnership with Cricks. It will enable them to buy the wheelchair and all of the other equipment they need to care for Jace.
Unbelievable. Thanks everyone.
"The support we have been given is just fantastic. We couldn't believe what we were hearing. Jace is so excited and says thankyou to everyone for helping him!"