Sheffield, England, her face always looks cheerful as the smile from his lips often plastered. But who would have thought that this sweet boy that never sleep, I can talk, see and walk.
Rio Vicary (1 year) suffered Angleman’s Syndrome (AS), which makes it a rare genetic disease that never sleeps, can not walk and talk. But with all the circumstances, Rio still manages to smile every day for his parents.
These brave boy was diagnosed when he was only 2 weeks and have spent most of his life in hospital, where he is monitored by a dozen consultants.
In addition Angleman’s Syndrome, Rio also has an albino who has made it unable to see. Even so, he was very fond of light and enjoy the music.
Rio getting special treatment at Sheffield Children’s Hospital, England, where he has spent most of his short life since the diagnosis of rare diseases.
“Because the Rio did not sleep and want to play during recess, we get three nights a week. Without it, I do not think will get over it,” said his mother, Gemma (27 years), as reported by Dailymail. (more…)