Lucien’s mum Stacie says:
“Watching Lucien go through treatment has been awful. We’ve watched him lose his appetite, lose weight, lose his hair, lose his smile.
"People ask me how I cope with it all – and I don’t really know. Especially as just after he was diagnosed I gave birth to his little sister Lara. But because Lucien always comes first you just have to force yourself out of bed, force yourself to put a smile on your face, and get on with it.
“And our CLIC Sargent Support Worker Jude has given us a lot of support. If we didn’t have her we wouldn’t have been able to keep our heads on straight.
“Hospital costs a lot of money. When we knew what money was coming in and going out each month we could manage financially, but suddenly life got a lot more expensive.
“Jude gave us a CLIC Sargent grant of £170 which helped out with fuel and hospital parking costs. She filled out all the forms for the benefits we needed too. She did everything like that – we wouldn’t have had a clue how to do it all.”
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