When Harry was one years old he was diagnosed with quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy, and Worster-Drought Syndrome which affects his facial muscles. Over the years he has had numerous operations to enable him to use his legs more easily. Harry can find speaking difficult so to communicate he uses a combination of speech, a tablet app and sign language to make sure he is understood. Harry is very determined and is looking forward to taking part in the Rickshaw Challenge and showing the world that he can do anything. He’s been supported by Friends and Families of Special Children which run activity sessions and provides support to disabled children and their families.