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Family Ambassadors

We are proud to call more than 40 brave kids from NZ our treasured ambassador families.

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Finlay has lived with type -1 diabetes since he was three-years-old.

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A few hours after her birth, pediatricians confirmed that Jenna was born with down syndrome, this had gone undetected throughout what was a normal, healthy pregnancy.

Meet Jenna
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In 2012, Caleb began to feel dizzy and experienced tunnel vision while playing sports. Blood tests revealed he has Long QT Syndrome.

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Connor was initially labeled as a ‘problem child’ during his kindergarten years. He was unsettled, getting into trouble a lot and would not listen to his teachers.

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Greer was a toddler when she fainted at pre-school. Her mum Karlene took her to the doctor for a blood test suspecting anaemia.

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James was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) when he was two-years-old.

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Jorja was 19-months-old when she reached for a hot cup of tea and it spilt down her neck and chest.

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Katie developed at a normal rate until she was two-years-old. Shortly after, her parents noticed that Katie’s development began to slow, particularly her speech.

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At only fifteen-months-old, Lucian spent six months in Blenheim Hospital waiting for a diagnosis.

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Lukas was born three weeks preterm, spending the first three and a half weeks of his life in neonatal care. Leaving neonatal care, Lukas failed a hearing test and was later diagnosed with high frequency hearing loss.

Meet Lukas