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Jamie N's quilt   (Quilt Coming Soon)

Born:2012
Illness: Parkinsonism dystonia

Theme: Superheroes


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Photo of Jamie N

Theme details

Superheroes - Can we do a Dr Strange?
A dragon on the label



Child Interests

Jamie enjoys school life and interacting with his classmates. The school has its own farm with animals where each year Jamie Abotts one of the animals which he helps with throughout the year, this year he has chosen to adopt a rabbit named squirt. Jamie also likes helping to grow vegetables on the farm. Jamie is unable to speak so it’s difficult to say what his favourite colour is but if I had to guess I’d say he doesn’t have a favourite because he has lots of things that he chooses the colours for and they are very varied ( this years wheelchair is red , last year it was purple and before that blue. Janis likes lots of different colours in his belongings. Jamie loves watching films and at the moment is into films like Avatar and anything with mythical creatures and characters, Dragons and alike. He is also interested in Marvel films such as Dr Strange because it has lots of magic in it.


Biography

Jamie is an adopted child. He was adopted by his great aunt at the age of 11 months old. He was placed under child protection before birth as his older brother was also under child protection .At birth Jamie was full term, he had complications of being unable to suck and remained in hospital for 5 days prior to coming home. Jamie’s hands and arms were clenched tight into his chest with wrists bent downwards towards each other. Nothing had been picked up in hospital apart from being unable to suck. It had been noted by his parents that something was not right and seeking medical advice and treatment he was diagnosed with Parkinsonism dystonia. Both boys were later taken away from the birth parents for neglect and placed with there great aunt as birth parent could not cope with Jamie’s condition. Jamie is now 10 years old and although disabled is a well adjusted and happy young man and is able to go to a special needs school.






















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