We don't think Cooper initially realised he smart black BMW was his, but with help from his dad and younger sister he was soon strapped in, and quickly got the hang of driving around!
Te Awamutu four-year-old Isaac still needs significant sitting support, and so his car was adapted to take his Shuttle Discovery wheelchair seat. His younger brother was firm in his resolve that this is Isaac's car, not his, but he will help. Good lad!
Harrison, aged one, was born with Digeorge syndrome, also known as Catch-22, which brings with it a wide range of symptoms. Fortunately for he - and his mum - his two big sisters are very protective. They helped get him comfy, then when it was obvious he needed a more supportive backrest that could push his seat nearer to the steering wheel, they helped tuck him back in and took him for a drive, now with his feeding device tied to his seatback - he wriggles so much feeding can be tricky, but not when he's tooking around in his new BMW!
Tiny Ella doesn't let microcephaly and double cochlear implants knock her back. The cheerful tot took her new car in her stride. We fitted a supportive backrest to push her closer to the whee