The team at Acres all donated their time to work on the project which involved laser cutting, forming, powder coating and assembly. The product has been designed with adjustable height and the ability to swop out the end plates for taller plates in the future as Archer grows. The colours and symbols are representative of Angelman syndrome.
Its been an genuine pleasure to work on this project for Archer and his family. We were all so happy to hear Archers mum’s feedback: “Thank you so much for this, it looks amazing. I’m so touched that so many of you have donated your time to help Archer. I spoke to my son’s physio about the bench and she genuinely believes that by using this we’ll be able to get him walking, and I can’t explain how much that means to us as a family.”