Disabled Teenager Takes on a Charity Run for the Seashell Trust
Daniel Snee, a 16 year old from Fixby
, is currently in training for a charity run to raise £2,500 for the Seashell Trust
. What makes this particularly challenging for Daniel
is that he has severe learning difficulties
A Challenge for Charity Daniel
is registered deaf blind, has autism, sensory processing dysfunction, epilepsy and no speech
. He'll be doing the run as part of his silver Duke of Edinburgh award
at the athletics track in Woodbank Park, Stockport.
He is a student at the Royal School Manchester, which is run by the charity Seashell Trust.
The Trust helps to provide happy and secure environments for children and adults with learning disabilities. By succeeding in raising the £2,500
, the Trust will be able to fund taking severely disabled children out on school trips. Daniel's mum, Michelle, said to the Huddersfield Examiner: "Dan has had the most amazing 3 years at the Royal School Manchester and he is fortunate to be able to give something back to his friends and community." "He can only take part in the Duke of Edinburgh award because of the dedicated, creative and talented staff at Seashell Trust. When he was much younger, we never would have thought he would be able to achieve so much - at school and via the Duke of Edinburgh scheme - just look at him now. We are so incredibly proud of him."
Accessing the Best Education and Care
Our Education and Community Care
solicitors work tirelessly to help children and young people with severe disabilities like Daniel access the help they need to thrive.
Imogen Jolley, Partner and Head of Education and Community Care, comments: "It's excellent to see the great progress Daniel has made with the Seashell Trust. It once again reaffirms that the right education and support can make all the difference in helping people with severe learning difficulties to prosper."
To support Daniel and make sure others can benefit from the hard work of the Seashell Trust you can donate today.