The mother of a young Roscommon girl who has benefited hugely from intensive therapy sessions in the US says she's still hopeful it may become available closer to home.
The Cryan family form Roscommon arrived back home this week after spending three weeks in Boston at the NAPA centre which specialises in innovative physical therapy for children with various challenges.
Siobhan Cryan says a three week session in Boston in 2019 had such life changing benefits for their 7 year old daughter Zoe that they were determined to go back for more of the treatment.
There is no other such treatment available in Europe and funds were raised to help the family return to Boston this year.
Siobhan says she hopes the company involved will set up a European base, maybe in the UK in the coming years, and that would be more realistic for families to try to access: