Our patients

  • Art project turns patients into artists

    A group of patients and siblings from The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick have had the chance to become artists after taking part in the first Create and Make art project.

  • Life with type 1 diabetes

    In the blink of an eye April could have a low... her blood sugar levels could drop so dramatically that she could slip into a coma. If April doesn't eat foods with the right amount of insulin, she could have a high... her blood sugar levels could rise so significantly that it causes damage to her organs. This is life with type 1 diabetes.

  • Patients take part in global space project

    It’s not every day you receive a Skype call from a former NASA astronaut.

  • Helping patients reach their potential

    Occupational Therapists (OTs) work to promote independent development in children recovering from illness or injury and support ongoing development of those with physical disabilities.

  • Bear Cottage was our lifeline

    “Being the parent of a child with a life-limiting illness isn’t easy. It is tough, it is stressful and it is tiring. Bear Cottage is the only place we feel normal.” Fiona, mother of nine-year-old Abi and 11-year-old Max, who lives with Batten Disease.

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