Emma Jerram is a Parent Ambassador and her son, Noah, is one of our Julia’s House children. Emma explains what Julia’s House has meant to her and her family:
“If someone told us 11 years ago, when Noah was born, that one day in the future he would be supported by Julia’s House, I would never have believed them. Noah was born a very well baby, but by the time he was one, it was apparent that we were not living with a well child.
The youngest of three, Noah’s difficulties were becoming painfully obvious to us as a family. The past twelve months in particular have been very harrowing but suddenly hope came in the form of Julia’s House. They have provided wonderful support for Noah, for us as parents and importantly too, for Noah’s siblings.
We are among friends at Julia’s House; we laugh quite a lot and feel an unspoken camaraderie with the other families, who feel the same unspoken pain for their own situation. It is an amazing charity.”