Episode 23: Liam and Eric – Life with Miller Dieker Syndrome

When Eric and his wife found out their newborn son, Liam, had Miller Dieker Syndrome, they didn’t react the way many cou

Episode 22: Charlie and Loretta

Charlie was four years old when his mum Loretta started to wonder if some of his behaviour was more than just every day kid st

Episode 21: Kai and Andrea – life with Trisomy 21

For most parents of children with Down Syndrome, a diagnosis comes while they are still pregnant, or at birth. Down Syndrome i

Episode 20: Heather and The Lucky Few

Episode 20 transcript When Heather Avis and her husband realised they couldn’t have their own biological children they t

Episode 19: Ellie and Beth – life with LBSL

Episode 19 Transcript When Ellie and Mike found out their daughter, Ellie, had a rare form of leukodystrophy called leukoencep

Episode 18: Savannah and David – And Yet We Rise

Episode 18 Transcript.  It is my very great pleasure to bring you our first Dad on the show. David Borden is a writer, artist

Episode 17: Tre and LaTanya – living with arthrogryposis and autism

Episode 17 Transcript LaTanya and her husband Greg had two miscarriages before having their son, Tre. When he was born, it bec

Episode 16: Eva and Tessa with special guest host Kelsey Dilts McGregor

Episode 16 Transcript I have had the honour of featuring so many amazing families on my show. Each parent has shown a level of

Episode 15: Frankie and Carrie – living with Mowat Wilson and West Syndromes

Episode 15 Transcript When Carrie Avila-Mooney first got in touch with me, she said was a listener of the podcast and that she

Episode 14: Victoria and Ashley

Episode 14 Transcript Ashley Jones and her husband Keith had no idea of the rollercoaster ride they were going to get on when

Episode 13: Amy Street with Bella Pacific Media

Episode 13 Transcript I’m interrupting the normal once a month episode pattern with a special interview with Viv Kernick

Episode 12: Ali and Angela – living with FOP

Episode 12 Transcript¬† There’s a certain belief in the special needs world that it’s wrong to want to change your