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Walk for Prems 2018

We are so pleased and proud to tell you that it was our biggest and most successful ever! Our goal was to raise $300,000, we smashed it and raised $381,738 which was a staggering 21.5% up on last year’s excellent result. The money raised will enable Life’s Little Treasures Foundation to continue

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Pride of Australia

We are thrilled and delighted for our CEO and Co-Founder Shusannah Morris who was recently awarded the Pride of Australia medal and also won the inaugural Australia Post Pride of Australia medal.  Shusannah is a founding member of LLTF and for 13 years has dedicated her time to building the

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The LLTF Board

This year has seen big changes in the LLTF Board.  With its Chair and Co-Founder Parool Shah stepping down after 13 years and Board Member Prof Sandra Rees stepping down after 7 years.  Both played an enormous role in the early days of setting up LLTF through to its current

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Interview with our partner Baby Bunting CEO Matt Spencer

We are grateful for the wonderful support we receive from our Corporate Partners. We have a lot of services we provide to families across Australia and projects we wish to complete.  The assistance we receive from these generous organisations enables us to achieve these.  Baby Bunting is passionate about supporting the foundation and its

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Supporting Dads – Meet our Volunteer Dad, Sam

Being a Dad in a neonatal unit is a tough job and one that sometimes can feel unrecognised. We recognise that a dad’s journey may differ to that of mum’s and have dad volunteers on hand to chat with.  Sam Blyth is one such dad and here we speak with him about

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Prematurity Roadmap Facebook Live Sessions

We were very excited this year to have again partnered with the Royal Women’s Hospital, CRE and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute to bring you an Australian first Facebook live series designed to provide parents of premature and sick babies access to the latest information and resources for their child’s development.

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Ee Lynn Cheah

Something positive to share! My baby Grace was born at 32 weeks at 1.8kg last Thursday. She is able to breathe on her own and just needs to be inside the incubator to grow bigger. This is the best part, I am born with half a heart and hence was

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Michelle Keeffe-Mcguinness

Our little man Hilton spent 6 weeks in the NICU surrounded by some of the most amazing and supportive people I have ever met. Hilton was born at 32 weeks and is now a healthy and strong 3 month old baby. It was an experience I would never want to

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World Prematurity Day – November 17th

Mark it in your diaries ???????????? In 17 days’ time we will be celebrating World Prematurity Day with many amazing premature baby support organisations across the globe, including EFCNI and The Australasian Nidcap Training Centre. The theme of this year’s day is “Working together: Partnering with families in the care

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