Community rallies to support brave Mexborough boy Jayden

Jayden Epton, 21 mnths, of Conisbrough. Picture: Andrew Roe

Jayden Epton, 21 mnths, of Conisbrough. Picture: Andrew Roe

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A community has rallied behind a fundraising campaign to buy a little disabled boy a special helmet that will give him the chance of a better quality of life.

Little Jayden Epton, one, has Infant Torticollis and Plagiocephaly - two rare conditions that have left him with a misshapen head which restricts his movement.

Jayden Epton (right), 21 mnths with his brothers Alex (l), six and Lincoln, four, and his mum Kala (right) and grandmother Debbie Reynolds,  of Conisbrough. Picture: Andrew Roe

Jayden Epton (right), 21 mnths with his brothers Alex (l), six and Lincoln, four, and his mum Kala (right) and grandmother Debbie Reynolds, of Conisbrough. Picture: Andrew Roe

The brave youngster’s family has hit out at the NHS over what they claim is a lack of support for children with such conditions.

 

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