Leo from Kanahooka, Primordial Dwarf
Granted a trip to attend the National Conference for the Little People of America
Tamara from Albion Park, Genetic Disorder
Provided with speech therapy through the Therapy Assisted Programs
Frank from Dapto, born without legs
Received prosthetic legs, enabling him to walk for the first time
Sam from Dapto, Hemiplegic Migraine Disease
Presented with a wheelchair through the Love and Laughter Appeals Program
Nick from Oak Flats, Femur Fibula Ulna Syndrome
Member of the Sports Academy for Special Children
Keegan from Horsley, Global Development Delay
Member of the Music and Dance Program for Special Children
Nicholas Scott's dream of playing with the Wollongong Roller Hawks may one day become a reality thanks to a new customised basketball wheelchair.
A young man’s dream of playing with the Wollongong Roller Hawks is a step closer thanks to his appeal for a custom basketball chair being granted by KidzWish and the Greater Building Society as part of the Love and Laughter Appeals Program.
Our children enjoyed the closest experience you can have with our Australian wildlife led by those who know them best – Zoo keepers. Children fed the animals, watched shows and traveled on the Sky Safari (cable car) during their action-packed journey through the Zoo on Monday 16 February.