Marc Carter searches for deputy for autistic son Ben’s favourite cup
November 16, 2016 - Finding Carter
A large hunt is underway for a small blue cup.
Marc Carter is perplexing to find a deputy for his 13-year-old son’s Tommee Tippee container.
Ben Carter has serious autism and will not splash out of anything else – though his one is descending apart.
The teenager, who lives in Devon with his family, has already been rushed to sanatorium twice as a outcome of dehydration.
‘The crater keeps him alive,’ Mr Carter, 42, told BBC.
‘If we mislaid a crater and couldn’t find another Ben would die. He would be put on fluids in sanatorium though he would wrench out a tubes.
‘This small blue crater dictates a life.’
Mr Carter is anticipating a internet can assistance him find a deputy after creation a defence on Twitter on Monday.
The manufacturer of a crater has already attempted to assistance though it’s having difficulty anticipating a reproduction since a cups were dropped 10 years ago and were done privately for Boots.
Tommee Tippee tweeted Mr Carter, aka @GrumpyCarer, they had a dedicated group acid a cupboards for Ben’s cup.
— tommee tippee UK (@tommeetippee_UK) November 15, 2016
If that fails afterwards a lot of people online have charity solutions.
Some have pronounced they’ll send him their aged Tommee Tippee cups, with one 16-year-old charity a reproduction he had been regulating all his life.
‘I cried. It’s been incredible. we didn’t design it,’ Mr Carter added.
Some users even suggested recreating a crater regulating a 3D printer.
Mr Carter, who also has dual other children with special needs, has perceived 7 cups so distant though if we find the accurate one hit him by a @PMPProject Twitter page.