Sian lives in Cardiff with her family. Her son Ollie has a rare genetic condition, Wolf Hirschorn Syndrome, and epilepsy. The condition means that Ollie’s growth and development are delayed, he has an intellectual disability and suffers from seizures. There is no treatment or cure.
We met Sian when the family took a break at our holiday home in Pembrokeshire and she didn’t need much persuading to support us an Ambassador.
Sian is full of praise for the work Cerebra does to support families and spreads the word through her professional and social networks.
“Cerebra is so important to families, it helps to realise that many other families are experiencing the same difficulties in raising their disabled child, but this special organisation is focused on making the children’s lives better, in any way it can. We really benefitted from a peaceful break in Valecchia. It was such a treat, to stay somewhere so lovely, with everything we needed, sensory room and all. Ollie even enjoyed a hydrotherapy session nearby. The break was therapeutic for the whole family”.Sian Taylor