£120 needed for a replacement laptop for a dyslexic teenager
From HUDDERSFIELD - 42 years old.
SF has paid over £200 in repairs for her sons laptop as it has broken 3 times in the last 2 years. Sadly it is now beyond repair and SF realises that she probably should have replaced it rather than keep having it repaired, but her son uses it for his school work. He is dyslexic and changing the font and colour of the text on the screen helps him to be able to read and understand the work on the computer. Please can you help his Mum towards the cost of a replacement computer? Thank you.