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Getting involved with Heads Together has been THE BEST THING I have ever done. They provided so much love, laughter and support to everyone involved- whether it be young people with the injuries or their families. To keep this organisation doing the amazing work that it does, I have chosen to walk 50K in a […]

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Some comments from the Team of 2017 “I remember the highlight as we were approaching the end. As we stumbled into our 94th kilometre we were greeted with hugs and well wishes from the Heads Together family.” “I chose to challenge myself, to push past the point where my body said stop.  For Reuben, my […]

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Issy Penny Issy is the neice of Heads Together Founder, Kate Heine and has been part of the Heads Together community for most of her life.  Issy will be taking on the walk for the first time this year.  

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Millie is one of our valued long time Volunteers at our Family Camps and has bravely taken on the challenge to walk 30km. Her fundraising target $500 – sponsor Millie here  

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I have been involved with Heads Together for so long that I can’t remember the first year I went to camp! Many years later I walked part of the 100km walk for moral support and was chief massage therapist. The following year, in 2016, Kate convinced me to walk the full 100km. I thought it […]

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It started with the sudden loss of my Dad and the lightbulb that switched on when I realised that the people who I felt most comfortable with were the families I was working as a kids physio at Vic Rehab, who had also experienced loss and trauma and who just “got it” they knew what […]

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I was blown away by the community of incredibly warm, kind and courageous people who welcomed me in like an old friend. As a physiotherapist I frequently work with young people and their families during their most challenging periods; following a new diagnosis, after a significant injury or accident, or during periods of very ill-health. […]

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