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Anya becomes the new face for Children's Hospice Across Scotland (CHAS) Summer Appeal

 


Anya recently has been spoken about in many national newspapers and we were wanting to do a post where we can summarise all the posts and their links in one. We were delighted to hear about Anya becoming the new face for a national scottish charity (Children's Hospice Across Scotland) CHAS and their summer appeal. They have just been amazing and being a great support for us as a family before lockdown and after. Anya has made massive development leaps and thanks to the team at CHAS who have been instrumental in her inch stones.  

We cannot thank CHAS enough ! 


About Children's Hospice Across Scotland (CHAS)

Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS), formally known as Children's Hospice Association Scotland, is a registered charity that provides the country's only hospice services for children and young people with life-shortening conditions. The first hospice was built thanks to the late editor-in chief of the Daily Record and Sunday Mail, Endell Laird, who launched a reader appeal which raised £4million. CHAS offers children’s hospice services, free of charge, to every child, young person and their families who needs and wants them. CHAS was formed in February 1992 by a group of professionals and parents of children with life-shortening conditions who had travelled to England for hospice care. In 2018/19, CHAS supported 465 children with a life-shortening condition, and their siblings, parents and wider families. The care provided is multi-disciplinary, including from doctors, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, play specialists and others. CHAS also employs medical and nursing staff who work in hospitals alongside NHS doctors and nurses.


Anya in the papers: 

Shielding four-year-old from Edinburgh to help front charity appeal after lockdown ‘struggle’ 

Anya Behl has a rare condition called alternating hemiplegia of childhood (AHC), a neurological complication which can cause numbness or full loss of feeling and movement. It can result in paralysis and muscle rigidity in either side of her whole body, which can last for weeks at a time, meaning she needs round-the-clock care from her parents Abhishek and Katherine at their Edinburgh home. Read More

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Shielding four-year-old to help front charity appeal after lockdown ‘struggle’ 

Anya Behl has a one-in-a-million condition called alternating hemiplegia of childhood, but will front the Children’s Hospices Across Scotland drive.  Read More

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Hospice charity launches summer fundraising appeal 

Anya Behl has received vital support from CHAS during lockdown. A children's hospice charity has launched its summer fundraising appeal. A four-year-old Edinburgh girl is helping front the national summer fundraising appeal from Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS).
The shielding family of Anya Behl have spoken up in praise of the support they have received from CHAS since the advent of last year’s lockdown. Read More
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Shielding four-year-old from Edinburgh to help front charity appeal after lockdown ‘struggle’

A shielding four-year-old is to help front a Scottish charity’s national summer fundraising appeal after overcoming the lockdown “struggle” last year. Read More

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Shielding four-year-old to help front summer charity appeal

Anya Behl will front the summer drive for donations for charity Children’s Hospices Across Scotland. A shielding four-year-old is to help front a Scottish charity’s national summer fundraising appeal after overcoming the lockdown “struggle” last year.

Anya Behl has a rare condition called alternating hemiplegia of childhood (AHC), a neurological complication which can cause numbness or full loss of feeling and movement. Read More

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Shielding four-year-old to front Children’s Hospices Across Scotland appeal

A SHIELDING four-year-old is to help front a Scottish charity’s national summer fundraising appeal after overcoming the lockdown “struggle” last year. Read More

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Shielding four-year-old to help front charity appeal after lockdown `struggle´

A shielding four-year-old is to help front a Scottish charity’s national summer fundraising appeal after overcoming the lockdown “struggle” last year.
Anya Behl has a rare condition called alternating hemiplegia of childhood (AHC), a neurological complication which can cause numbness or full loss of feeling and movement. Read More

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Shielding four-year-old to help front charity appeal after lockdown ‘struggle’ 

A shielding four-year-old is to help front a Scottish charity’s national summer fundraising appeal after overcoming the lockdown “struggle” last year.
Anya Behl has a rare condition called alternating hemiplegia of childhood (AHC), a neurological complication which can cause numbness or full loss of feeling and movement. Read More

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Anya is the face of the new CHAS appeal 

Four year-old Anya Behl from Edinburgh is the face of the new Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) appeal. The wee girl and her family have been shielding since the pandemic began, with some support from CHAS during the last 16 months. Anya needs round the clock care from her parents Abhishek and Katherine.The family has been able to take emergency respite stays in Rachel House hospice in Kinross, with regular assistance from CHAS family support services and frequent visits from CHAS at Home’s nursing support workers. Read More-

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Shielding four-year-old to help front charity appeal after lockdown ‘struggle’

A shielding four-year-old is to help front a Scottish charity’s national summer fundraising appeal after overcoming the lockdown “struggle” last year.

Anya Behl (pictured) has a rare condition called alternating hemiplegia of childhood (AHC), a neurological complication which can cause numbness or full loss of feeling and movement. Read More

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Shielding four-year-old to help front charity appeal after lockdown ‘struggle’

A shielding four-year-old is to help front a Scottish charity’s national summer fundraising appeal after overcoming the lockdown “struggle” last year. Read More

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