BLIND cerebral palsy sufferer Adele Hayhurst has battled with her condition for all her 19 years.
And as well as providing her with emotional support and love, her family have also had to raise funds to provide practical help with her condition.
Her mum, Karen, asked the Examiner and Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table for help as part of our Christmas Wish Campaign.
She said: "Adele is severely disabled, but she has a wicked sense of fun.
"She enjoys going out - like all teenagers - and she wears a special suit, which has to replaced annually at a cost of £2,000."
Adele attends a college in Lancaster, but during holidays lives with her family, including mum, dad Philip and brother Jordan, 12, at the family home in Blackmoorfoot Road, Crosland Hill.
The suit, called a "second skin", is made from a special Lycra material which supports Adele and helps her move her arms and legs in a more controlled way.
Every year the family travels to Manchester, so Adele can be measured for a new suit by a medical team from Australia.
The suit has to be paid for through fundraising or by the family's savings.
The Examiner and Pendragon Round Table decided to offer some cash help to Adele and her family to help buy a new suit.
And we are also providing some disco lights and coloured lamps for her bedroom, to keep her entertained when she wakes early at home over the festive season.
During Christmas and the new year we will be telling some heartwarming and heart- wrenching stories about children and adults who have suffered hardship, illness of bad luck over the past year or several years.
Pendragon Round Table has provided a pot of cash to help provide Christmas Wishes for deserving causes nominated by Examiner readers.