What 2018 City2Surf competitor Stephanie Bendixsen learned about love from her mum with dementia

What 2018 City2Surf competitor Stephanie Bendixsen learned about love from her mum with dementia

Stephanie Bendixsen, or ‘Hex’ as she is known in the gaming industry, turned her childhood love of video games into a career as an Australian television presenter. However, whilst her career was taking off her mum’s health was deteriorating with dementia. I spoke with Steph about her career as well as how she is channelling the emotions from the loss of her mum into raising awareness and funds for dementia in the 2018 City2Surf.
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4-year old ‘Mighty Miss Maya’ made her dream come true of being able to walk

4-year old ‘Mighty Miss Maya’ made her dream come true of being able to walk

From “hello” to “I will never be the same without you,” the Tisdale family from Michigan have watched their 4-year old ‘Mighty Miss Maya’ born with cerebral palsy take her first steps after a special surgical procedure. Continue reading “4-year old ‘Mighty Miss Maya’ made her dream come true of being able to walk”

How 7-year old Zaidee Turner saved numerous lives and inspired Australia to speak about organ and tissue donation

How 7-year old Zaidee Turner saved numerous lives and inspired Australia to speak about organ and tissue donation

Zaidee Turner, a 7-year old from Shepparton, Victoria, is the youngest organ and tissue donor in Australia’s history. Now more than a decade later she has the nation talking about the life-saving qualities of transplants through Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation. Continue reading “How 7-year old Zaidee Turner saved numerous lives and inspired Australia to speak about organ and tissue donation”