Sabine Kraft guest blog: Bundesverband Kinderhospiz
Guest blog from Sabine Kraft, Bundesverband Kindehospiz, Germany.
Es war ein eindrückliches, unvergessliches Erlebnis, Lucy und ihre Familie an dem Filmtag zu begleiten. Lucy ist ein Mädchen, eine junge Frau, die eine starke Persönlichkeit ist, ein Mädchen, das mein Herz im Sturm erobert hat, eine Heldin. Ich wünsche Dir so sehr, Lucy, dass Deine Kunst und Deine Geschichte überall bekannt wird. Du bist ein Star! (more…)
Benedikt’s Story – Music and Children’s Palliative Care
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Benedikt lives in Speyer, Germany with his parents. He has a great passion for music and loves playing drums. Through his involvement with Kinderhospiz-Sterntaler he’s had opportunity to pursue his passion as the hospice provide space for him to play and have even arranged for his idol, pop star Daniele Negorni to jam with him. This wish fulfillment has been a dream come true for Benedikt and inspires him to go on playing despite his debilitating and complex heath issues. The connection as also inspired Daniele and he has now become an ambassador for Children’s Hospice.
Shaden’s Story – Social Support for Cancer Patients
Shades lives with her family in Amman, Jordan. At 13 years old she has already endured years of treatment and recovery from childhood Leukemia. Through children’s palliative care she has found strength and connection with others. Shaden loves to sing and activities with the Jordan Palliative Care and Pain Management Society have given her opportunities to perform in public.
Nazmi continues to chase his dream
“I continue to chase my dream of improving my chess game. I was recently chosen to attend the Level 4 Junior Master chess camp. This is the beginning of my dream to take my chess game up a level. I have also passed the first qualifying rounds for the ASEAN Para Games 2015. The games will be held in Singapore this year. I hope to be able to represent Malaysia and win a medal again.