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services & information for...

Parent & carers

Parents & Carers

Finding out that your child or unborn baby has a heart condition can be overwhelming. HeartKids provides support for parents and carers in many different ways.

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Young people

Young People

HeartKids has a dedicated space for young people (13-24 years) who have childhood heart disease to keep informed, manage their transition and support each other.

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Adults with childhood heart disease have unique needs and challenges. HeartKids understands that this is a lifetime journey and we are here to support you throughout.

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Heart Angels

Heart Angels

Heart Angels are children or young people that die from congenital heart disease or associated conditions. We provide support and assistance to Heart Angel families.

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Our Helpline is open 9am - 5pm AEDT

The HeartKids Helpline is available Monday to Friday. 

Fill in your details here and one of our support team will give you a call.

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A helping heart is most appreciated

Your generosity means heart kids and their families will continue to receive on-going vital support when they are at their most vulnerable. It also helps fund community support programs along with providing quality information to guide these families on their whole life journey and advocate for their needs. 

Our support is a commitment for life because there is no cure. With your help, we can improve lives.

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Effective from 1 May 2024, HeartKids is pleased to announce that Mr Marcus Sandmann will step up into the role of Chief Executive Officer. An experienced executive, Marcus currently serves as Chief Operating and Marketing Officer and has been with HeartKi


HeartKids is delighted to share a new a suite of Easy Read Resources designed to make information accessible and engaging for individuals with childhood-onset heart disease (CoHD) and their families.


Federal Health Minister launches new Standards of Care for childhood-onset heart disease


Hello, I'm Emma, and I'm 24 years old. Here is my reflection on navigating school and life with congenital heart disease.

Meet the people we help

Whether you are a child, teenager, or adult with congenital or acquired heart disease, or a family member or carer, we are here to support you on your entire life journey. Meet some of the strong and inspiring people that have HeartKids by their side.

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