Our patients

  • Accessible playground launched at CHW

    A playground with a variety of sensory equipment, designed in consultation with parents of children with diverse needs, clinicians, and members of the local Aboriginal community, has opened at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
  • Miracle baby Aria goes home after 237 days

    After their baby girl spent her first 237 days of life in hospital, now 11-month-old Aria as is settled in at home, continuing to grow with lots of support from her ‘extended family’.
  • Mums create storybooks straight from the heart

    Over 18 weeks, a group of mums and bubs wrote and illustrated their own books, supported by tools and guidance to help share their individual stories.
  • Empowering Lili to live her very best life

    Run your own race and find your cheerleaders along the way. That is the advice Melissa, mother of 18-year-old Lili, wants to share with the two million Australians impacted by rare diseases.

  • Weston defies all the odds

    At fourteen months old, Weston has already made history, becoming the first, and oldest known surviving child in Australia with ultra-rare genetic condition, Wolman’s Disease.