How We Do It

Our mission is to create and film amazing experiences to distract, entertain and empower. We aim to be a unique platform that empowers kids during their hospital journey, allowing them the freedom to express themselves and realise their potential.

HOW WE DO IT:

‘Hands on Happiness’ filming days

The Juiced TV crew are on location every week at the Queensland Children’s Hospital when possible, running ‘Hands on Happiness’ filming days to provide immediate distraction and lift kids’ spirits.

Experiences at Hospital

Running special events and experiences onsite at hospitals when possible – including entertainment & performances, workshops, visits from special guests, and more.

Experiences Outside Hospital

We also co-ordinate and capture experiences outside of hospital walls for patients and siblings, bringing to life special requests from patients such as meeting their favourite sporting or music idols, attending a movie premiere or getting up close with their favourite animal.

All experiences that take place outside of the hospital are still filmed and broadcast within a Juiced TV episode, creating a memory to share far and wide, and last many years to come.

Virtual Visits

We run Virtual Visits via our streaming capability – patients are granted once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to connect with their favourite celebrities and idols, no matter where they are in the world. Some of our virtual visitors to date include Margot Robbie, Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley, Nick Kyrgios, Steph Gilmore, Chris Hemsworth, Hamish Blake and Guy Sebastian.

Community filming

We facilitate remote participation in Juiced TV segments via Phone or iPad, as well as options to self-film content and submit to the program, or the option to send in questions for hosts to ask during filming.

The Juiced Box

Our mobile application the ‘Juiced Box’ also allows Juiced TV content to be accessible 24/7 to children’s wards throughout regional Queensland.

Health literacy

A large portion of Juiced TV content is focussed around creating content for kids, by kids, that improves the understanding of the hospital journey. This helps to create a sense of normality, and transform the clinical surroundings into familiar places that they can even associate with fun and play. By creating content that has the voice of the child at its core, we also aim to create a unique way for kids to connect with one another – just because they’re kids, or because they also have a similar diagnosis.

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Collaboration

We collaborate strongly with the hospital network including Children’s Health Queensland, the Children’s Hospital Foundation, and other program providers to ensure we’re creating the greatest impact.

We create days of hands on happiness at the hospital
We share positive stories
We facilitate experiences outside
of hospital walls
We build and connect our community