The family of three-year-old Jago Worrall are seeking help from carers to help look after the injured toddler.
His parents, Barney and Lyn, are looking for experienced daytime and weekend carers.
The foundation is looking for someone with paediatric experience in the field of special needs/disabilities.
The toddler was left with brain injuries after he nearly drowned at his Welton home.
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Mrs Worralll said: “This will not only help Jago but also assist us with developing the charity so that it can provide support and most importantly a voice to parents who find themselves in this unexpected and awful situation.
“We have been through an incredibly difficult journey over the last 20 months but with the support of friends and total strangers we have managed to scrape our way through it all and remain a strong unit. Unfortunately many people do not have the strength, knowledge or support to be able to do this and it is our mission at to provide them with this opportunity.”
In a further boost to the foundation, the Azure Theatre School is Middlesex has made the foundation its chosen charity for the year. It was selected after a vote from students and parents of the theatre school.
The school’s principal, Kelly-Marie Gibbs, said: “It is wonderful that the hard work from the students and team at Azure Theatre School can be a fabulous experience for the students but also raise awareness for this charity and raise funds for a very worthy cause.”