@the_supertee_project Anyone who has ever spent a period of time in a hospital knows that it is never a pleasant affair, especially kids. Thankfully, there are people like Jason Sotiris, from Australia, who hope to bring a more positive light to the grim clinical experience.
@the_supertee_project Jason is the mastermind behind the – a uniform designed to replace the dreary hospital gowns that patients currently wear. Supertee
You could consider him the Edna Mode for brave kids battling cancer…except he allows capes.
@the_supertee_project I’ll refer to the to help explain what it is: About Us section on the Supertee website
Shortly after his daughter’s first birthday, Jason noticed his little girl acting ill. Several visits to 4 different doctors resulted in a trip to Westmead children’s hospital where after days of testing they found she had a rare type of cancer, Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis.
@the_supertee_project “Nothing can ever prepare you for seeing your child battle something like cancer. It was like a bully hiding inside our child’s organs and veins. And the only way to deal with it was to stand up for her, knowing she was barely able to walk.”
@the_supertee_project We wanted to be her heroes, to give her the strength and courage to fight a massive battle with the rare Histiocytosis.”
She had a 20% chance of survival.
@the_supertee_project Sitting by her hospital bed he thought about what he could do to help her. Noticing how difficult it was to change her whilst she was connected to the iv drip and monitors. His 3yo son provided the inspiration needed when he dressed up as Batman saying he was going to rescue his sister.
@the_supertee_project Jason called his childhood friend, Yusuf, and together the two tradies, over many late nights, after defeating all odds, have created something which they hope will help make the lives of sick children, that little bit easier.
@the_supertee_project “We want to empower little heroes everywhere, fighting their own battles with illness, to have the courage to win those battles”.
@the_supertee_project The Supertee is meant to be a morale booster when kids need it most. Jason explained that the new gown ‘aims to bring convenience, comfort, and imaginative play to hospitals around the world. Our campaigns provide unique opportunities for individuals, small businesses, and corporates to show their support for families navigating through the challenges of hospital life with a sick child’.
@the_supertee_project If you or someone you know has a kid in need of an uplift, consider checking out the Supertee website here.
@the_supertee_project After all, every hero needs a suit.
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