We have created a special space for our patients to tell us, in their own words, what Evelina London means to them. We help children and young people with a variety of conditions, and we’ve invited several of them to share their experiences of being treated for these and beyond.
We love the expression “You’ve got this”, and are inspired by the bravery of our patients every day. Read our “You’ve got this” blogs to find out how we are making a difference, directly from the amazing young people that we help. It is impossible not to be moved by reading about the challenges they have overcome and their hopes for the future.
Felicity gives an insight into living with narcolepsy.
Read Felicity’s blog to find out how an overnight sleep study at Evelina London helped to diagnose her condition.
Matthew tells us how allergies have affected him.
In Matthew’s blog, he shares why living with allergies is more complicated than just being unable to eat certain foods.
Amelia writes about her experience of Supraventricular Tachycardia.
In Amelia’s blog, she explains why successful treatment for her heart condition inspired her to fundraise for Evelina London.
Isabelle does not let Cerebral Palsy define her.
In Isabelle’s blog, she explains why she is not "just the girl in a wheelchair". Learn about her passion for judo and her dreams for the future.
Alice tells us why she thinks Evelina London is a special place to work.
Read Alice’s blog to learn about her close relationship with Evelina London and why she's been so impressed by the care her siblings have received.
Munkh tells us about life with Diamond Blackfan Anaemia (DBA), a rare blood condition.
Read Munkh’s blog to find out about his experiences over many years as a patient at Evelina London.
Payvin writes about life with Type 1 diabetes.
Read Payvin's blog to find out why she thinks it's important not to let diabetes, chronic pain or any other health problems get in your way.
Tilly tells us what it’s like to be a teen with arthritis.
Read Tilly's blog to find out how she stays mentally strong and physically active despite her condition.
Katie writes about her treatment at Evelina London for scoliosis (curvature of the spine).
Read Katie's blog to find out how surgery successfully straightened her spine, and how her treatment at Evelina London has inspired her to give back and help others.
Uzayr tells us how his life has been transformed by an altruistic kidney donation and treatment at Evelina London.
Read Uzayr's blog to find out more about his journey from regular kidney dialysis to enjoying more freedom than ever before.