Tag / the royal london hospital
News • Apr 13, 2018 10:00 BST
News • Mar 08, 2018 16:30 GMT
Destiny Nevard and her Mum, Karen, feature in our new film, which showcases the charity’s vital work in helping families when they need it most. Find out more about Destiny's amazing journey after she was hit by a car and suffered life-threatening injuries. Fortunately, we were able to provide her family with a room in Stevenson House just moments from her intensive care bed.
On 22 December I thought my daughter wasn’t going to make it, but just 72 hours later she woke up and shortly afterwards my partner, Trevor, proposed to me in the lobby of Stevenson House.
News • Mar 07, 2018 11:38 GMT
When Chloe fell ill in December 2015 her mother, Emma, became very concerned. A few days later Chloe was rushed to their local hospital in the middle of the night, where she was intubated and transferred to London for lifesaving treatment. During this time we supported her family at Stevenson House with free 'Home from Home' accommodation.
News • Mar 01, 2018 10:21 GMT
Before Mabel was born, she was give just a 50% chance of survival. However, when she entered the world, she proved to be a little fighter and defied the odds set against her. For weeks she was treated at The Royal London Children's Hospital and during this time we supported her parents and older brother at Stevenson House.
Knowing your baby could stop breathing every time they go to sleep is a terrifying reality that turns your world upside down.
News • Feb 28, 2018 09:00 GMT
Baby Sydney-Rose was diagnosed with necrotising enterocolitis and had to be transferred by emergency to The Rosie Hospital in Cambridge, over 90 minutes from her family's home. We supported her family at Chestnut House. Shortly after that we supported the Keatings again at Stevenson House when Sydney-Rose stopped breathing and required further lifesaving treatment. Mum, Tate, tells their story.
News • Feb 27, 2018 09:00 GMT
Born with gastroschisis Nelly was transferred by emergency to The Royal London Children’s Hospital shortly after birth. At just 12 hours old she underwent the lifesaving operation to put her intestines back into her body. The operation was a success and for six weeks whilst Nelly recovered in hospital we supported her parents with a room at Stevenson House.
News • Feb 13, 2018 09:10 GMT
Next month, Tim will be running the Brentwood Half Marathon to raise money for us as thanks for supporting him and partner Victoria at Stevenson House in 2013 when their son Jack was born.
News • Feb 09, 2018 16:11 GMT
Charlie and Ross were supported at Stevenson House when their daughter, Eva, was born prematurely at 27 weeks.
News • Dec 13, 2017 13:20 GMT
Edward's parents are supporting The Sick Children's Trust's Christmas appeal as thanks for giving them a 'Home from Home' at Stevenson House.
Being able to make your seriously ill child their favourite meal before an operation is what makes the ‘Homes from Home’ so special.
News • Dec 07, 2017 11:02 GMT
Just after his fifth birthday, James was diagnosed with retinoblastoma. Since then James has undergone chemotherapy and attended The Royal London Hospital where he had to have his eye removed. The SIck Children's Trust has supported James' family at Stevenson House during this time. And as a thank you, James and his family have joined in our first ever Christmas appeal!
Daisy and I could spend some time together, at a place we could cook and have a good night’s rest night before her appointments.
News • Nov 17, 2017 10:41 GMT
At just 12 months old, Daisy was diagnosed with bilateral retinoblastoma. Throughout her whole life she has been in and out of specialist hospitals in the UK and in Canada. During her treatment at The Royal London Hospital, we supported her family at Stevenson House.
Dad on fundraising mission as thanks for helping his family when twin baby boy became seriously unwell
News • Oct 12, 2017 11:22 BST
Nick Smith has been raising money for The Sick Children's Trust as thanks for supporting his family at Stevenson House whilst his twin son received lifesaving treatment
Dad and friends take on skydive and fly high to raise over £10,000 for charity who supported family in need
News • Sep 07, 2017 11:38 BST
Gary Jones and friends have raised over £10,000 for The Sick Children's Trust to say thank you for supporting them when baby Charlie was seriously ill in hospital
News • Aug 24, 2017 15:49 BST
Stevenson House manager Alan Booth jumps out of a plane and raises over £1,300 for The Sick Children's Trust
News • Aug 22, 2017 10:19 BST
Amelia spent the first four months of her life in hospital and underwent heart surgery at just eight weeks old. Despite all that she has been through, she is starting school this September.
News • Apr 05, 2017 14:14 BST
Esmé's parents, Emily and Luke, are both holding Big Chocolate Tea events at their work to say thank you for supporting them at Stevenson House when she was in The Royal London Hospital.
News • Mar 31, 2017 10:22 BST
Alex has been fundraising for us for the last three years as thanks for supporting his family in Stevenson House. He is now running the Virgin Money London Marathon for us.
News • Mar 07, 2017 11:02 GMT
Michael Tait is joining #TeamSCT and running the Virigin Money London Marathon to say thank you for supporting him and wife Lisa at Stevenson House when their son was treated at The Royal London.
News • Dec 29, 2016 15:30 GMT
At their 12 week scan, it was revealed that Paul and Fran’s daughter had gastroschisis – a birth defect which meant her bowel would be on the outside of her body when she was born. Stevenson House supported the couple until Sydney was well enough to leave – around a month later. And she has just celebrated her first Christmas and will be celebrating her first birthday next month.
News • Oct 26, 2016 09:51 BST
Before their daughter had even turned 36 hours old, Stephanie and George experienced every parent's worse nightmare when she became seriously ill and rushed off to SCBU. Kiara had a swollen tummy and possible bowel infection and needed transferring to The Royal London Hospital, where we supported them at Stevenson House.