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Alicia & Charlie’s Story

Alicia & Charlie’s Story

Handling difficult decisions about surgery – Alicia & Charlie’s story Fiona Passmore When Alicia asked her 7-year old son, Charlie, if he was OK with her talking to Aussie Hands about his difference, he replied ‘Of course, that’s so good.  Just because I’m...
Amelia’s Story

Amelia’s Story

Story of the Month – Shevaughn & Steph luckiest mums in the world Jacqueline Banki ‘Amelia fills us with the most love and joy we could ever have imagined. Her smile literally lights up a room and you can get lost for hours just staring into her eyes. We feel like...
Claire’s Story

Claire’s Story

Claire always believing in herself Fiona Passmore ‘I remember a very emotional but happy moment at our first Aussie Hands picnic when Claire was about 3 years old. This was the first time Claire had met someone else with a hand difference and the memory of her face...
Toni’s Story

Toni’s Story

My Child Has A Hand Difference Toni and Hedge have two beautiful daughters, Rebecca and Jessica. During April and May they spent two months in isolation in Melbourne and have experienced both challenges and joy in spending so much time at home together. The family...
Sandi’s Story

Sandi’s Story

My Child Has A Hand Difference July 1981. I was in hospital in premature labour (34 weeks) and my gynaecologist thought I had twins so requested a scan. My first one. The scan picked up a single bub but did not pick up that my baby had no right hand or forearm below...