Hands side by side
The Aussie Hands Foundation Is Committed To:

• Supporting children and adults who have been born with a hand difference or have an acquired hand injury.

• Providing opportunities for networking and exchange of information.

• Supporting research initiatives focussing on hand differences.

Help us find out more about hand differences in Australia. Support the Australian Hand Difference Register.

Rosie and Family

2019 Ambassadors

The Board of Management is proud to announce the appointment of Ambassadors for Aussie Hands in TAS, NSW and VIC for 2019.

The Ambassadors will be involved in a wide range of activities which will enhance the profile of the Foundation by engaging regularly with members and raising awareness of hand differences in the Australian community.

Amanda Williams


Amanda Williams

Amanda has 44 years of personal lived experience as a person with a hand difference and is also a member of the Aussie Hands Board of Management. Amanda has had over 17 years extensive managerial experience (including over 2 years in the disability sector), and is keen to liaise and network with key stakeholders to raise awareness of Aussie Hands in Tasmania. Amanda is looking forward to attend events this year to support parents and share her experiences growing up with a hand difference and is honoured to be appointed as the 2019 Tasmanian Ambassador for Aussie Hands.

Lauren Booth


Lauren Booth

Lauren was born in the 80’s with ectrodactyly and has been involved with Aussie Hands in the last year by enhancing the Aussie Hands Instagram profile, attending events, liaising with medical professionals, and exploring new avenues to fundraise through corporate and community platforms. From a very young age Lauren performed in musicals and after living overseas for a while Lauren completed a certificate in Fitness and successfully competed in her first Bodybuilding competition and won 1st & 2nd in the ANB Nationals. Lauren has two young sons (one who was born with ectrodactyly). Lauren has never let her hand difference define who she is, which is why Lauren is so passionate about Aussie Hands. Aussie Hands is a platform for Lauren to support and assist new parents with their concerns and inspire young people to gain confidence to achieve their potential. Lauren is honoured to be appointed the 2019 NSW Ambassador for Aussie Hands and is looking forward to meeting members at events this year.

Dave Serpell


Dave Serpell

Dave was born with symbrachydactyly on ANZAC day 1999 and has grown up with Aussie Hands for as long as he can remember (kind of the reason why it started). Dave has developed long term relationships with many Victorian Aussie Hands families and mentors younger members. Dave enjoys public speaking and has extensive expertise and knowledge on various social media platforms. Dave is committed to liaise with key stakeholders to raise awareness of hand differences (in general), but to also support research by fundraising for the Australian Hand Difference Register. Dave is determined, driven and always willing to go the extra mile to help, assist and make sure that by representing Aussie Hands as Ambassador he can better the lives of many children and parents. Dave is honoured to be appointed the 2019 Victorian Ambassador for Aussie Hands and looks forward to meeting many families this year at events.

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We regularly host a variety of events and activities across Australia for members, their families and friends. If you would like to join us in the fun please feel free to come along to one of our listed events.

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