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Caeleigh’s Story

Caeleigh’s Story

‘People seem to think of what I can’t do, but actually they should think about how I might be beneficial as I see things differently.’ – Caeleigh Caeleigh wasn’t aware, until this year, of organisations like Aussie Hands and the Lucky Fin Project (USA) and finds...
Julian’s Story

Julian’s Story

Life can sometimes feel like a ride on the swings & roundabouts, but they aren’t necessarily the place you’d expect a coincidence like this to happen.  Early last year, Julian was enjoying time with his children at a local playground and noticed a young girl with...
Rico’s Story

Rico’s Story

People of all ages living with finger, hand and upper limb differences can be found worldwide. The Aussie Hands equivalent organisation in Switzerland is Pinocchio, and one young Swiss man is trying to share an often overlooked but important message for people living...
Jay’s Story

Jay’s Story

My favourite part of the Aussie Hands family is seeing how amazingly clever so many people are which inspires me to try new things. My name is Jay and I’m 38 years old. I’m happily married to my beautiful wife Ashleigh and we have four children, so needless to say...
Kate’s Story

Kate’s Story

Resilience, Wellbeing and Learnings –  Kate Doughty Jacqueline Banki ‘It’s not about what could have been, it’s about what has been, and it’s been nothing short of amazing.’ With these words of reflection, Kate Doughty announced her retirement from elite...