For families

  • Creative approach empowers Siddiqah and Azraqee

    Looking up at the ceiling during tough procedures, Siddiqah and Azraqee are reminded of three powerful mantras:“I am strong, I am fantastic, I am brave”.
  • Major funding boost for phage therapy

    Patients with difficult-to-treat bacterial infections across NSW will soon have better access to limb and life-saving therapy known as phage therapy, thanks to a $3.5 million funding boost announced by the NSW Government.
  • Happy Harry celebrates end of treatment milestone

    Known affectionately as ‘Happy Harry’, it’s hard to imagine little Harry has faced an uphill battle for most of his short life.

    Harry was diagnosed with Glioblastoma (GBM) brain cancer at five weeks old and has since undergone 72 weeks of intensive chemotherapy.

  • Protecting children through flu vaccine

    A rising number of influenza (flu) cases presenting to the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network (SCHN) ahead of winter has prompted renewed calls for parents to get their family vaccinated against the virus.
  • Navigating a rare disease diagnosis

    Steps are being taken by Sydney Children's Hospitals Network to improve equity of access and service management for those living with a rare disease via The Navigator Project.