Arliya-Leigh was only a few hours old when her parents were told a plan was being implemented for her to “go home to die”. But Arliya-Leigh, who has Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) is proving medics wrong as she continues to fight and has now celebrated her first birthday.
The Hydrotherapy Pool at Rainbows is the only place Darlene can go swimming because everywhere else is just too cold for her. Find out how else we support Darlene and her family, by reading her story.
It was late 2016 that Aadi and his family found themselves on a devastating journey they never expected.
Despite suffering daily seizures and needing round the clock care, nine-year-old Izzy is a “little ray of sunshine”.
Krystian has rare muscle weakening disease Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. He was diagnosed when he was eight-months-old.
Haroon Seedat was the very first young person to ever come through the doors of Rainbows in 1994 when he was 19-months-old.
Preston has a life-threatening heart condition but he doesn’t let that stop him from running around, playing and enjoying life.
Olivia has a condition so rare there have only been four reported cases worldwide in the last 10 years. She has suffered over 400 seizures a day and her parents have never heard their little girl cry.
Kaleb was born unexpectedly at home... now 15 months old he continues to make progress but his future remains uncertain..
Jessie suffers from a rare and catastrophic form of intractable epilepsy and factors such as the weather and over stimulation can cause life-threatening seizures.
Sophie suffers from several life-limiting conditions, but it hasn’t stopped her from flying in a plane, zip wiring and racing in a power boat
At first glance you might easily think Jayden Raven was like any other child.
But five-year-old Jayden is not like other children. He is, in fact, often very poorly. And every birthday, every Christmas with her son is a milestone for which his mother, Sarah, is grateful.
Reece was born with a condition which brings a complex range of life-limiting challenges and his future remains uncertain.
It was at her 20-week antenatal scan that Vicky Langford discovered one of her unborn twins, Patrick and Frederick had a rare brain condition and was unlikely to survive.