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Despite waiting for his third operation which is expected to take place before Christmas, the courageous youngster was determined to take part in a challenge and at the same time raise money and awareness for Erb's Palsy Group, a national support group for children and adults with the same condition.
Speakers will include Northumbria Police crime commissioner Vera Baird and representatives from both the Forced Marriage Unit and national support group Karma Nirvana.
30pm, as well as drama workshops, a creative play area, an advice workshop for parents and an information area for 1-2-1 advice as well as details on local and national support groups.
The film captures his address to young people who stutter at the annual convention of Friends, a national support group for kids.
But Jackie Fletcher, founder of Jabs, the national support group for vaccine-damaged children and their families, said: "The vaccine should be taken out of the school programme and be carried out by the family doctor.
The other series included 2258 out of 3217 members of the United Kingdom PBC Foundation, a national support group for people with the condition.
The reader is also directed to MATCH, a national support group for mothers living apart from their children.
The Centre for Children Bereaved by Suicide in Cabra will be operated by national support group Console.