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Howard has managed to overcome his initial need for assistance with his breathing using a tracheostomy.  He can now communicate with his eyes using an electronic board known as a Mega Bee and he also uses an Eye Gaze…

Howard’s Story

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Hope for Howard

At the age of 16 Howard was a fit and active teenager. Living at home with his family in West Alvington near Kingsbridge, he was a pupil at the Kingsbridge Community College and he also enjoyed earning some extra cash with a part time job in a local pizza takeaway.  He adored football and was enjoying his first season in the men's team, Loddiswell AFC.   Tragically for Howard and his family, he was struck down, completely out of the blue, by a massive stroke which has now left him with a condition known as "Locked in Syndrome".  

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Mum’s Story

What started as a normal day turned out to be the most awful of our lives.  We left for work in the morning waking Howard to tell him not to be late for school.  It was the return after half term.  He woke sat up and looked at me in a normal teenage fashion…


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Check out this video on YouTube by DC Cardwell, it’s Howards favourite…

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Read Mum’s Story - Part 3 for all the latest news…

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Team Howard is recruiting. Want to help…?

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Can you help get Howard’s home ready for him to come home  …

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