ausEE Inc.

ausEE Inc.

Australia / ausEE.org is an Australian charity which provides support and information to anyone diagnosed with or caring for someone with an Eosinophilic Disorder
ausEE Inc.
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Thank you for supporting Feeding Tube Awareness Week. You have helped us to raise awareness in support of all those who are living with feeding tubes. ‪#‎feedingtubeawarenessweek‬ ‪#‎thankyou‬ ‪#‎support‬

Thank you for supporting Feeding Tube Awareness Week. You have helped us to raise awareness in support of all those who are living with feeding tubes.

Feeding Tube

Please support our Christmas Wish Star Appeal for a $5 donation and get your name on a star

Please support our Christmas Wish Star Appeal for a $5 donation and get your name on a star

2016 Top 8 Challenge Badge

2016 Top 8 Challenge Badge

Educational books for children. Discount for childcare centres and schools.

Educational books for schools. Teaching all students to be Food Allergy Smart. School packs available, including our visual posters and EpiPen bags.

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Medikidetz explain Home Enteral Nutrition written by Doctors for kids! ausEE has copies of this comic book to distribute to members that have children with feeding tubes. Contact us for your free copy!

Medikidetz explain Home Enteral Nutrition written by Doctors for kids! ausEE has copies of this comic book to distribute to members that have children with feeding tubes. Contact us for your free copy!

It's World Rare Disease Day! This is Bella who is living with eosinophilic oesophagitis and held up by her friends from Sunshine Coast Cheerleading. It takes a team of 6 medical professionals, 5 daily medications and a lot of hard work to keep her enjoying living her life. It makes all the difference to have supportive friends and family too! ‪#‎rarediseaseday‬ ‪#‎rdd2016‬ ‪#‎careaboutrare‬ ‪#‎raiseyourhands‬ ‪#‎cheerleader‬ We unite to raise awareness for all those living with a rare…

The main objective of Rare Disease Day 2016 is to raise awareness with policy makers and the public of rare diseases and of their impact on the lives of patients, and to reinforce their importance as a public health priority.