Little Heroes of Perth

The Story Of Téa

If there is one thing that everyone agrees on, it’s that Téa is certainly cheeky. Tete (Taytay) or Principessa/ Princess as she is fondly known at home (or sometimes Poopants which she is not a fan of) has the gift of being able to win the heart of everyone who meets her.

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The Story of Marc

At 6 years of age, Marc, seems to have an uncanny knack or superpower of making everyone fall in love with him. Aptly nicknamed Our Blue Eyed Hero, Mum Bec and Dad Stuart say from the moment he was born and then later at his more regular visits at PMH, with his big blue eyes and blonde ringlets he ...

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The Story of Imogen


Choosing just one favourite thing about your child is no easy feat for any parent. Brooke, mother to 5 year old Imogen, certainly found it a challenge. She told us:

“I love everything about her. She is perfect to me. Her smile, her giggle, everything.”

But when pressed to highlight Imogen’s superpowers, Brooke didn’t hesitate to talk about how much she admires Imogen’s ...

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The Story of Emily

 

Today’s story is about the power – the superpower! – of positivity.

Little Hero Emily has Spastic Diplegia, a type of Cerebral Palsy. Her parents were told when she was four weeks old (after being born at 29 weeks gestation) that she might not live, might not walk, and might not ever talk.

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The Story of Rayaan

 

Heroism is not constrained by age or size. Rayaan, sometimes known as Little Buddha for his chubby appearance and calm nature, was a happy, healthy baby boy until he stopped breathing two weeks after his first birthday. He had no history of serious illness, there was no warning. It was terrifying for his parents to watch the emergency treatment ...

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The Story of Riley

Meet Riley, a cheeky little boy with an awesome sense of humour and endless energy (his superpower!). He loves playing with trucks and trains, and to see him running around the park and digging in the sandpit, you wouldn’t know that he also has leukaemia, enduring regular bouts of chemotherapy to battle his cancer.

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The Story of Ruby


Ruby was only seven months old when she was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia. Before Ruby had even turned one, she had endured six intensive rounds of chemotherapy, multiple lumbar punctures and major surgery. For Ruby’s parents, Emma and Joel, their lives were soon consumed with platelets, blood pressure, infections, hospital visits, blood counts and test results – the ...

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