Housing association raises money for child's life-changing surgery

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Published by Max Salsbury for 24dash.com in Housing and also in Communities, Health

A housing association is raising money to pay for a child's life-changing surgery. Cross Keys Homes (CKH) has chosen to pay for five-year-old Jason Ford's treatment in America, for surgery that is currently unavailable in the UK. Jenson, who is the son of Katie Ford, repairs clark at CKH, has cerebral palsy - spastic hemiplegia. He has been offered a date for his operation at the end of March so CKH is now busy trying to raise the remaining £30,000 needed to ensure he gets there. The sur...

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