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Daniel Murphy

Daniel was one of the first fortunate children to benefit from conductive education at the Buddy Bear School.

His mother, Mary originally took him to the Peto Institute in Hungary when he was born 22 years ago, where doctors held out very limited expectations for him because of cerebral palsy.

When the Buddy Bear School opened in 1993, Daniel became a pupil and travelled 70 miles everyday with his mother, to benefit from the life changing therapy.

Daniel is now an independent young man, hoping to swim for Ireland at the next Special Olympics.

The below photographs show some of the challenges Daniel had to overcome to achieve his potential.





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