Family Of Young Wexford Girl Who Suffered Stroke Asking For Your Help

A GoFundMe has been set up to help with a young Wexford girl’s recovery…

Caitlin Parle, a young Wexford girl with strong St Annes GAA club links, is fighting a battle and her family are asking for financial support. In April, the three-year-old Wexford girl suffered a stroke, and afterwards, her large intestine had to be removed.

Caitlin did not wake up for three weeks and the family have hailed the unbelievable support received from all at Temple Street Children’s Hospital.

Thankfully, Caitlin is now at home with her loving family, however, there’s a long road ahead.

“She is so happy to be home with her big brother Jack and twin sister Abbie after 18 weeks in hospital. Now it is our turn as a family to fight for her, to give her every possible chance we can to run around and play again. She is an incredibly funny, loving happy little girl who has amazing strength, determination and potential. She has a long road ahead of her to relearn to walk and talk again.”

She will need a lot of therapies and support on her journey. We would really appreciate yours,” the GoFundMe read.

At the time of writing, the GoFundMe has already raised over 11,000 euro with a target of €100,000.

If you’re in a position to donate, please do so via the GoFundMe here:

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