Meet ScarlettMeet the Patients
Scarlett has a rare disease known as transverse myelitis — an inflammation of the spinal cord, which interrupts the messages nerves send throughout her body — which has left her left arm paralysed.
Meet ArianaMeet the Patients
Ariana Plafadellis is proud that doctors at the Royal Children’s Hospital took a chance on her little body.
Volunteering from the heartOur Volunteers
Matt Riordan has been volunteering for the Good Friday Appeal for five years to give back to The Royal Children's Hospital after they saved his life as a child.
Meet MatildaMeet the Patients
Born with tuberous sclerosis, Matilda has been in and out of The Royal Children’s Hospital for most of her life.
Meet LucyMeet the Patients
It really does take a village to raise a child — that’s what Lucy Lazzari’s parents found.
Meet TiaMeet the Patients
Cheryl Carter was living every parent’s nightmare when her seven-year-old daughter was placed in intensive care at the Royal Children’s Hospital.