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Three-year-old Haydn Weymes cannot walk or talk and has never been able to eat a solid meal. He has an extremely rare chromosome disorder - 18q deletion.
Every cell in Haydn's body has genetic data missing, giving him serious disabilities, including mental impairment, poor muscle tone, bad hearing and eyesight, and digestive problems which mean he cannot take food by mouth.
Instead, he must be fed into his stomach by tube and now needs equipment costing thousands of pounds to improve his life.
His father Richard Weymes, 35, a BT engineer, and mother Alyson, 35, care for him at home in Hindley Close, Crawcrook, Gateshead, but are hoping to move to a new property they can modify.....