Understand how your website is performing and what your competitors are doing online whilst giving to charity!
Acorns is proud to be partnering with SOAR Online, who are offering you a unique opportunity to receive an expert audio/visual audit of your business website in exchange for a donation to Acorns to support local children’s hospice care across the West Midlands.
Make a minimum suggested donation of £50.00 to Acorns today to receive your expert web audit.
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*this web audit service is normally charged at £495.00.
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With its roots deep in Birmingham, Soar Online has brought together a team of experts in the fields of SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), web design, development and social media marketing.
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Taking a look at corporate hospitality experts, Eventmasters, our Head of SEO highlights the technical issues of the site, including an in-depth look at internal links, server errors, meta parameters, duplicate content and more.
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Eleven-year-old Hugh has one of the biggest and brightest smiles. He is one of only 50 children in the UK to have been diagnosed with a condition called Fox G1 syndrome, which is so rare that it remained undiagnosed for eight years. This rare genetic disorder prevents the brain from developing properly causing profound, lifelong disabilities and epilepsy.
Hugh and his family have been supported by Acorns in Birmingham for the past 10 years.
Mum Emma explained: “Quite quickly, I started to notice that Hugh wasn’t like his older brother, Sean. There’s only 14 months between them. Hugh slept so well, but there was something odd about it. It was really difficult to get him to wake for feeds. He was also quite uninterested in the world around him.
“At nine months old, he started having seizures which was incredibly frightening. Hugh lay in between me and my husband Stephen at night, so we could keep an eye on him. We knew that if he moved in a certain way, he had stopped breathing. If he did, we’d jump up, turn on the lights and start mouth to mouth.
“Hugh was having up to 40 seizures a month. We couldn’t sleep but would have to just carry on the next morning. Hugh’s dad Stephen would go to work, and I’d have Hugh and his two-year-old brother Sean to look after. The support wasn’t there for us, so it was really hard.”
When Acorns was first mentioned, the idea of using a hospice was scary for Emma.
“The word hospice felt like it was all about death. I didn’t want to consider that was ever going to happen. What made me change my mind in the end was Hugh’s brother, Sean. He was missing out on a childhood because I was constantly worried about keeping his brother “alive. He needed his mum as well.
“We took it slowly as I was too scared to leave him with anybody else. At first, I stayed with him, but the staff never made me feel silly for that. After some time, I was happy to leave Hugh overnight.
“When he stayed, we could prioritise Sean. We could do things he wanted to do that Hugh wasn’t able to and he could have both his mum and dad together at the same time for once which was lovely.
“When Hugh was diagnosed, we didn’t know what his future looked like. We had so many unanswered questions. Coming to Acorns meant I could meet other parents in the same situation. They had the same kind of worries and understood what I was going through.
“Acorns has given us somebody to talk to, somebody that I can share my worst fears with. It helped us cope with the scary reality of what we were living with. They have given us an opportunity to spend time together as a family. Acorns protects us, like a little bubble. They hold us together.”