An appeal has begun to help a Wolverhampton girl get the vital equipment she needs to increase her freedom.
One-year-old, Lillee-Anne Geach, has severe brain injuries and complex disabilities, meaning she is unable to move independently and relies on her parents for round-the-clock care.
The family of the girl want to raise enough funds for a specialist car seat, and are working with charity, Caudwell Children, to reach £1,639.
Lillee-Anne’s mother says the car seat will be vital for the development of her daughter.
The CEO of Caudwell Children has also described the car seat as crucial to provide Lillee-Anne with more freedom, as she spends most of her time in a feeding chair.