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Stroke Foundation Awards

Stroke Awards 2018 winners

Improving Life After Stroke Award Winners – Proudly Sponsored by Remedy Healthcare

 Dee Banks and Kylie Facer

Kylie Facer and Dee Banks (NSW and Vic) – recognised for founding Facebook page Little Stroke Warriors which brings together families of childhood stroke, after both their baby daughters had stroke in utero.

 

Creative Award Winner – Proudly Sponsored by Marmalade Melbourne

Caleb Rixon (Vic) – recognised for founding the Genyus Network, an online platform that brings together survivors of trauma, after surviving a life-threatening stroke himself at just 24.

 

Fundraiser of the Year Award Winner – Proudly Sponsored by Precision Mail

Brendan Cutts (Vic) – recognised for raising more than $8000 for Stroke Foundation after the Ballarat based physiotherapist swam from Perth to Rottnest Island.

 

Courage Award Winners – Proudly Sponsored by Australian Physiotherapy Association

Amanda and Sophie Clayton (Qld) – This mother and daughter duo from Queensland were recognised for their resilience in facing stroke recovery after Sophie survived a stroke at just 4 years old.

 

Volunteer of the Year Award Winner – Proudly Sponsored by NAB

 Brenda Booth

Brenda Booth – recognised for her ongoing commitment to stemming the tide of stroke through Stroke Foundation programs and initiatives, also a stroke survivor.

 

President’s Achievement Award Winner

Grant Hocking – recognised for his dedication to improve the management and treatment of stroke with Ambulance Victoria.

 

For any enquires about the awards email media@strokefoundation.com.au or call the Stroke Foundation on (03) 9670 1000.