On 6 November 2012, our special girl, Timina Jade Nieuwoudt was born at 27 weeks (13 weeks premature) weighing only 735 grams. She spent the first 101 days of her life in hospital. She was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy shortly after birth due to brain damage, causing her movement, posture and fine motor skills to be significantly delayed.
There is currently no cure for Cerebral Palsy. There are however, various treatments that can help improve Timina’s functionality and enhance her quality of life.
She is so full of life. She thrives on being around people, friends or strangers and makes anyone and everyone feel loved. Cerebral Palsy may present in many ways, but it by no way takes away from the individual.READ OUR LATEST Stories