Christiano loves the beach and he adores cars. He is his parents’ only child and has recently celebrated his fifth birthday. Yet he is not running around, laughing or playing with his friends. Instead, when you look around the rooms of his home, you see a standing frame, a buggy, wheelchair and a walker. Christiano was born on 2 May 2012 at Karl Bremer Hospital. Due to negligent complications during his birth, he now has Cerebral Palsy. Current research suggests that the majority of Cerebral Palsy cases result from abnormal brain development or brain injury prior to birth or during labour and delivery. Accidents, abuse, medical malpractice, negligence, infections, and injury are some known risk factors that may lead to Cerebral Palsy. The journey for the child and the families involved is difficult at best. The costs of caring for such a child can be exorbitant.