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Cooper's Story

Cooper's Story

Like so many first time mothers, Rhiannon had nothing but gut instinct to tell her that something was wrong when baby Cooper was born.

Ethan's Story

Ethan's Story

When little Ethan was born, his family had no idea what challenges their little boy would face. 

 
Keenan's Story

Keenan's Story

From the minute Keenan was born, his mum Pixie knew there was something terribly wrong with her beautiful boy.

Kush's Story

Kush's Story

Kush was born with a a unique mutation on his FoxG1 gene which has not been reported previously in any database or literature. 

 
 
Linke's Story

Linke's Story

Linke’s family were told she wouldn’t make her second birthday, now that she is five years old every day is a blessing.

Maddy's Story

Maddy's Story

Maddy and her sister Briella were born with Diastrophic dysplasia (skeletal abnormalities) and require continual monitoring throughout their childhood. 

 

 
Max's Story

Max's Story

At just 2 years old Max was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Global Developmental Delay, and ADHD.

Naomi's Story

Naomi's Story

Four-year-old Naomi is a beautiful little girl diagnosed with SATB2 Associated Syndrome (SAS), a rare genetic syndrome.

 
 
Ruby's Story

Ruby's Story

Her two-first born children were a blessing to new mum, Bec, however, almost instantly she noticed something was wrong with Ruby.

Quinn's Story

Quinn's Story

Sasha realised something wasn’t right when her little boy, Quinn, couldn’t turn his head at the sound of his name.

 
Simon's Story

Simon's Story

Five year old Simon starts every day with a strict routine of physiotherapy and up to 25 pills to treat his Cystic Fibrosis.

Jessica and Lucia's Story

Jessica and Lucia's Story

When Lucia was told she had antiphospholipid syndrome, she was scared. Everything that followed made her firstborn daughter Jessica that much more precious.

 
 
Henry's Story

Henry's Story

Henry and his sister Rosalie both live with a very rare disorder known as LCHAD.