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Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month 2020, March 4th

Josh is 11-years-old and has Asymmetric Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy with central hypertonia. For Josh this means that he is a full-time wheelchair user and he is unable to sit, stand or walk independently. Josh also uses a communication device as sometimes his speech is difficult to understand and get people to respond to his needs.

Josh is a happy, fun and smiley young man. He loves to go swimming with his friend and he also enjoys supporting his local football team, as well as Liverpool FC. Josh is keen on playing on his Xbox with his twin brother too!

If Josh could change one thing it would be for more accessible toilets to exist. 

In Josh's spare time, you'll find him eating out with his favourite places being McDonald's, Nandos and Subway! Josh is also a keen baker.

Josh's Mum says he's "an absolute delight!".

Josh says that his goal is to walk one day.

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