26 November 2015

Jo Ragen finalist 2015 National Disability Awards

Today, many more people in Australia have learned about Wishbone Day and OI. Jo Ragen was a finalist for the 2015 National Disability Awards recognised for Excellence in Advocacy in celebration of International Day of People with Disability.

Image: Jo Ragen, Founding organiser of Wishbone Day being awarded for Excellence in Advocacy by Assistant Minister Alan Tudge at the 2015 National Disability Awards, Parliament House Canberra.

The Hon Christian Porter MP, Minister for Social Services said "the Awards are a fantastic celebration of the many achievements of Australians with disability and a vital part of the Commonwealth Government's celebration of International Day of People with Disability ... Thank you for your dedication and leadership - it is greatly appreciated and admired".

13 June 2015

Wishbone Day 2015

Wishbone Day is the largest community awareness effort EVER for osteogenesis imperfecta (OI). It has grown in size every year since it began in 2010. Thanks to all who shared their Wishbone Day spirit this year by tagging Wishbone Day in photos and stories, we bring to you this snapshot of Wishbone Day 2015.

Why is Wishbone Day important? Because awareness makes a difference!!