CHICAGO (WLS) — There is some good news to report about the health of one of the youngest victims of the Highland Park tragedy.

Cooper Roberts, 8, has been moved to a Shirley Ryan Ability Lab after spending nearly a month at Comer Children’s Hospital.

Roberts, his twin brother and their mother were all wounded in the attack that left seven people dead on July 4th.

SEE MORE: Highland Park shooting: Paralyzed 8-year-old back in critical condition, completes 7th surgery

Cooper was paralyzed in the shooting and has required several surgeries since.

His family says he’s now eating solid food and has even gotten a chance to play with his dog George.

Friends of the family have started a GoFundMe campaign to support medical needs.

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