“Dig deep for Harri”

Harri Creevy was born 1997, and developed normally to the age of 3½ years, at which stage he became very ill with Murray Valley Encephalitis in the February of 2001. He was admitted to hospital in Mt Isa, then later transferred to Townsville where he was put on life support in the ICU, in a medically induced coma.

Harri (lives in Tarragindi) now has spasticity quadriplegia, leaving him reliant on others for communication, food, mobility, bathing, positioning and toileting, and thus requires constant supervision. He also suffers from epilepsy and an interrupted swallow, putting further emphasis on the need for constant supervision. Harri requires complete assistance to get him into and out of the car, wheelchair, seating, bath and bed.

You can find out more about Harri’s story here.

PCRG raised $32,705. This will provide for 2 new wheelchairs and maybe even a new tele for Harri (:

Courier Mail article