“I can and I will, just watch me”
It’s pretty much Emily’s mantra. She has an “I can attitude” and never lets anything stop her from achieving her goals. Today Emily becomes the next 🌟Little Hero of Perth🌟
You can read about Emily and why she thinks Inclusion is so important over at
@littleheroesofperth .... and you can ever purchase this gorgeous artwork by @littlesketchyaus (thank you for this beautiful drawing of Emily, she loves it)
#Repost @littleheroesofperth ⭐ ARTWORK REVEAL ⭐
Emily’s superpower is the power of positivity, and at ten years of age this vibrant, determined little girl will tell you very clearly: “I can do anything if I put my mind to it.” Read more of Emily's story on our website (link in bio)
When she’s out and about her MedicAlert bracelet means that in an emergency, it can speak for her if she can’t. Did you know that her ID is linked to an electronic health record that emergency services can access in an emergency? If you or someone you love has a medical condition, become a MedicAlert member, it will give you piece of mind and protection. @medicalert_aust #MedicAlertAU#MyMedicAlert#ad
Today is World Prematurity Day. Every year, 15 million babies are born premature worldwide (more than 25,000 each year in Australia alone!)
More than one million of these babies die, and many more face serious, lifelong health challenges. Preterm birth can happen to every one of us, irrespective of the country we live in, our culture or socioeconomic status.
My twin girls were born prematurely, at 29.4 weeks, weighing a little over 1kg each. They spent 78 days in NICU before coming home. Wear some purple today to show your support💜
After a massive physiotherapy and gym session today (Emily was exhausted, she worked so hard!)we spent the afternoon by the river, watching the yachts, standup paddle boards, swans and avoiding the jellyfish! .