My son Aiden is 7, a big 7 and excessively strong. He has QuadriplegicCP with virtually constant patterns of hyper extension through his back, legs and arms. We've been told since he was 2 years old by the NHS that he was the "hardest child they have ever had to seat". He is very social, very chatty and other than the severe movement complications has no learning difficulties at all. We were very anxious to get him a power chair to allow him the independence we felt he deserved but were told by both the NHS and other power chair companies that it would be impossible to seat him and he would not functionally able to drive a power chair. Then we found Dragonmobility - over many months of visits to the Dragon workshops they did the most amazing job in customizing the chair to fit his needs completely. On reflection I think we stretched them to the extreme but they responded with unbelievable patience, understanding and skill and a desire to help Aiden achieve his independence. Once we had the chair, and because of Aiden's poor motor control it has taken him a long time to get the hang of driving it safely and not into everyone! Now he can drive it, it has changed his life.