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Amali’s update and IAHP visit October 2017

2017 has been an amazing year for Amali and our family. We wanted you to know how important your support has been in making this happen. A quick update on our trip to IAHP, Philadelphia in October/November this year. The…

Amali’s Bike Ride fundraiser October 2017

To all our friends and family, we would like to say the HUGE THANK YOU ever!! The “Ride for Amali” was fantastic ! 50 fabulous riders gathered in Bright on Saturday evening  (7th October) , the most beautiful evening , to meet each other and enjoy a…

Amali’s progress – May 2017

Amali has started her walking program in mid-November 2016 on her 3.5-metre monkey bars that are now installed in the lounge room. She is enjoying the challenge of this new activity and getting the hang of putting her feet flat on…

Amali’s third visit to IAHP on 23 February 2017

Amali, Laura and Pradeep headed off to Philadelphia at the end of February, braving the USA winter to attend assessments at the Institute in Philadelphia. Once again Specialists were impressed at Amali’s progress, her tenacity and happy attitude to life….

Night of Hope – fundraiser night

  The 1st Annual “Night of Hope” Fundraiser was a great success. It was a thoroughly enjoyable night, beautiful people, delicious food, great dancing and an enormous amount of Hope for Amali and us. Thank you to everyone who supported…

Amali’s Progress December 2016

Another month flies by ………..Amali continues to keep trying and learning and achieving great successes, she is an inspiration to us all. This month we have been doing lots of exercises to strengthen her lung capacity as this will help…

Amali’s Fundraiser Bike Ride 2016

A fantastic team of bike riders completed the mammoth 172 km Wangaratta to Bright, (and return) Ride with Amali’s grandpa on his 60th birthday to raise money for Amali’s ongoing treatment in USA. An awesome team of 5 men met…

Amali’s program from her first visit to IAHP

Amali was invited to Attend her first thorough assessment at IAHP in Philadelphia in October 2015. Amali’s chronological age was 25 months, she was function at neurological age of 11.5 months. Between November 2015 and June 2016 Nutrition Amali’s diet…

What next

The next step is to take Amali to the Institutes in Philadelphia to be evaluated and for them to write up an intensive individual Program for Amali. We are determined to give Amali the best life and wish to raise…