A MUM whose three-year-old son has a terminal illness and has spent most of his life in hospital is looking for two more carers so she can finally bring him home for what could be his "last Christmas".

Caelan Bluck, from Haydock, has a rare condition called Infantile Pompe disease, which is a genetic muscle weakness caused by the build up of complex sugars. Most people with the condition do not survive past a few months old.

The brave little fighter, who cannot sit up, walk or talk and is fed through a peg in his stomach has spent most of his life at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital but has now been declared as stable to go home.

However, to do this his mum Toni needs two more carers to sign up to help due to his care needs.

Toni Bluck, 22, said: "Caelan has spent most of his life in hospital and is desperate to get home for Christmas as it could be our last

"We are looking for two more carers who want to do days or nights, full time or part time.

"All training will be at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.

"You will fall in love with my little boy the minute you see him.

"If you’ve worked with adult caring that’s a bonus, if you have children that's a bonus too, but if it’s all new to you try something different you never know you may love it."

Single mum Toni has been documenting Caelan's treatment on a Facebook page Caelan's Journey to the Stars - which has more than 8,000 followers who have helped her to put together his dream bedroom - including sensory lights through donations.

For more on Caelan visit Caelans Journey to the stars on Facebook, where you can get further information on how to apply.