Case Studies

Juiced TV

The positive impact of Juiced TV comes from all aspects of our program – whether it’s the pure distraction our activities and workshops provide patients and families throughout their days admitted in hospital, the empowerment the kids feel when hosting their own show, or how the broadcast of our show helps to reduce the isolation and anxiety that so many kids experience.

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Max Shearer

Max Shearer was admitted to the hospital in Brisbane at just ten years old. Within days, he’d been diagnosed with malignant brain tumours. After multiple surgeries and a long recovery, Max was transferred to the newly opened Queensland Children’s Hospital for chemotherapy. And that’s when Max discovered Juiced TV, watching episode after episode through long days of treatment.

Mackenziee Lawler

When Mackenziee Lawler was six months old, she was diagnosed with spastic diplegia, a form of cerebral palsy that causes chronic tightness and stiffness in the lower parts of the body. She says Juiced TV took her out of the darkest places in her life, and changed her whole perspective around what hospital stays could be: fun and enjoyable, with a little bit of laughter and lights, camera, action!

Since its launch in 2015, the show has made a difference to the lives of thousands of patients and their families.

From the perspective of a parent

Vanessa, mother of Maddison and Andrew, gives an insight into their hospital journey and how Juiced TV has helped her kids to feel like superstars within their own rights.

From our Founding Partner

Children’s Hospital Foundation Director of Patient and Family Support, Nick Van Dyke, shares about the impact that Juiced TV has on patients and their families during their hospital journey.

Our mission is to create meaningful and memorable experiences with patients, their families and their hospital community.

Rugby star Cameron Smith reflects on his virtual visit

Rugby league legend Cameron Smith joined us on a Virtual Visit and we loved hearing his thoughts on the experience and the impact Juiced TV has on young lives.

Motocross athlete Todd Waters reflects on his virtual visit

Motocross Athlete, Todd Waters took some time out from tearing up the tracks to participate in a Virtual Visit with patients from the Queensland Children’s Hospital. Todd shares the impact that Juiced TV has on young lives and how his experience was during the visit.