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Neave Erica Hope Evans was born by emergency caesarean section at 06.11am on Sunday the 2nd of October 2011.
She was resuscitated and it was 18 minutes before she took her first breath. The prognosis was not good and her parents were told to be prepared that she may not survive and if she did she would be brain damaged.
Neave was transferred from intensive care (neonatal) in Preston to Salford Royal Hospital where she underwent “cooling” treatment for several days in an attempt to stop further brain damage. Neave could not breathe for herself at first and was on a ventilator for the first four or five days of her life.
She was in Salford for five days before being sent back to Preston Neonatal.
Neave had an MRI scan which confirmed the damage to the brain.
Two weeks after Neave was born she was able to go home for the first time.
Neave has been diagnosed with four limb cerebral palsy.
Neave’s Fund was set up to help other children in the same situation and to recognise the charities that help and support both children and parents.