The Mark Ashford Video was produced by Kieran Wright to mark the legacy of Mark Ashford who passed away with CF in 1996. Mark’s legacy lived on with the Mark Ashford Scholarship, sponsored by his employers Fletcher Challenge and now Pink Batts. The video celebrates the impressive achievements in tertiary education of people with CF in New Zealand.
The CF Trust in the United Kingdom have produced a video to help parents understand and come to terms with a diagnosis of cysstic fibrosis.
The CF Trust in the United Kingdom have produced a great new cartoon about Cystic Fibrosis ‘Getting Nosey with Oli & Nush’. The cartoon is aimed at children with CF aged four to eight, to help answer some of the questions they may have about Cystic Fibrosis.
This clip has been produced by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, USA, and may help to educate young children and their friends about CF.
Kids with Cystic Fibrosis are just like other kids. They’re athletes, artists, musicians and students — but having CF means they have special medical needs and need a little extra help dealing with their condition in the classroom.
This video created by the Cystic Fibrosis team at Nemours Children’s Clinic, Jacksonville can help teachers understand what daily life is like for kids and teens with CF, the challenges they face, and shares ways the students and teachers can work together for a better school experience.
The UK’s CF Trust has released a new film on YouTube by and for teenagers and young people living with cystic fibrosis.
In ‘…the rest is up to me’, the six stars, aged 14 to 20, discuss what living with a genetic condition means for young people.
As well as offering support for young people with cystic fibrosis, the film is designed to help other teens understand what it means to live with the condition.