A nine-year-old stroke survivor from Lowestoft is on a mission to make more people realise that the condition can affect children.
Nine-year-old Lily Dewbery was just four when she lost all movement on her left side.
But after years of treatment she is now preparing to take part in a 5K run for the Stroke Association.
With strokes mainly considered a condition which affects the elderly, the Dewbery family say there is a lack of support for children and parents using the health service.
It's thought that 400 children and babies suffer strokes each year.
In adults, 85% of strokes are caused by a blockage to the brain's blood supply. The remaining 15% are due to a burst blood vessel.