BILLY Caldwell, the brave boy battling epilepsy, is returning home from the US after a week long assessment with good news about future treatment.
A doctor in the Republic of Ireland has now agreed to treat him.
The 11-year-old from from Castlederg was treated by epilepsy specialist in Los Angeles Dr Douglas Norldi to have his condition examined.
However, Charlotte hailed “my wee superstar warrior” as a successful visit to Los Angeles means he “can come home indefinitely”.
Writing on her Facebook page, Keeping Billy Alive, Charlotte revealed: “I’ve been crying very happy tears!
“Realising the huge cost of further tests and the huge financial burden of continuously fundraising and surgery possibly looming for my wee warrior, Billy’s medical team in LA have being working tirelessly behind the scenes.
“They have been working to find a Paediatric Epitoligist in Ireland who will work with Dr Nordli in LA so that Billy can home indefinitely.
“Incredibly they have found a Paediatric Epitoligist in the South of Ireland who has agreed to continue Dr.Nordli’s amazing care for Billy.
“Both doctors have being in lengthy discussions via phone over these last number of days.
“I just cannot find the words to express my relieve, that we are on our way home, to our own wee country and our own wee house.
“My wee superstar warrior will get the medical care he so desperately needs now on Irish turf.
“I am just elated. Our prayers have arrived.”