A new resource to help children with Down's Syndrome and their families has opened near Oxford.
'Elliot's Shed' has been a labour of love for Kat and Seth Cornfield, the parents of Elliot Cornfield who had Down's Syndrome. Elliot was diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of 17 months.
However, Elliot lost his battle with leukaemia and died at just two and a half years old in 2015.
His parents decided to fundraise to help the charities and organisations which had helped their son during his short life. Now, having raised thousands of pounds for various charities, they are helping other children with Down's Syndrome in their area by donating 'Elliot's Shed' to Down's Syndrome Oxford (DSO) in memory of their son.
Elliot's Shed is a resource for families with children who have Down's Syndrome. The service provides specialist equipment - including chairs, tricycles, buggies, and sensory toys - which will be available free for parents to borrow.