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Olympic champion joins the Foundation as its newest Ambassador

Matt Levy Paralympic Swimming Champion The Foundation is delighted and very honoured to announce its newest Ambassador Matt Levy. Matt is one of Australia’s national treasures. Born at just 25 weeks, 15 weeks premature, he is  26yrs old has Cerebral Palsy and is legally blind. He has also survived 46 operations

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Charity continues innovation with launch of Android App

The Life’s Little Treasures Foundation continues its innovative ways to help premature babies and their families by launching the android version of their already highly successful free app NICU Words. “Every year in Australia, around 21,000 infants are born prematurely and admitted to neonatal intensive and special care units –

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Father’s Day Competition

Thank you to all the fathers who took part in our father’s day competition. It was fantastic to receive so many beautiful words describing “what is the best thing about being a dad”.

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It all started on the 2nd December 2006, my mum and I went to King Edward Memorial to find out my results from the laposcopy, they were thinking about putting me on hormones therapy tablets to help me get pregnant later on, but before they decided that just in case

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Kai transferred from Operating Theatre to Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Birth Weight Percentile- Below the 3 percentile

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Talia was born on 1st May 2009 at 25 weeks and 6 days, weighing at just 683 grams, she was due to be born on 8th August 2009. Little did we know that when we were going to start a family what a long journey we were facing. I always

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My daughter was born at 24 weeks old, arriving unexpectedly 4 months ahead of schedule. She was born by emergency caesarean and weighed a tiny 319 grams. Elora spent the first seven months of her life in the Royal Womens Hospital (Melbourne) – the first 5 of these in a

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I was 20 weeks pregnant when my husband commented on what an easy time I was having. By 22 weeks, I was dilated to 3cm and the membranes were coming out. We thought we were going to lose our baby. I was rushed to emergency surgery where the membranes were

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