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HRM "virtually unable to walk"

Bing80 Member Posts: 1 Listener
My 3 yr old has hypotonia, developmental delay, hyper mobile joints, faltering growth and is currently being assessed for a neurodevelopmental condition. He currently receives mrc. He can walk but not very far at all very slow and wobbly loses balance etc. He has a wheelchair from wheelchair services. Really don't know whether to apply for hrm for him. Don't want to lose the mrc he already receives. Any advice appreciated!


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