Noah Wall was born with severe Spina Bifida and just 2 per cent of his brain functioning. He was put on a 'do not resuscitate' order by doctors and his parents were told he was unlikely to survive more than a few days. Three years later he can get around in a wheelchair, has an ever expanding vocabulary and on Friday hosted his third annual fundraising dinner.
Diners got the chance to see videos charting Noah's incredible progress over the past twelve months. They also saw him present two specialist wheelchairs similar to the one he uses to the Children's unit where he has been treated all of his life.