Costumes Giving Sick SA Kids a Superpower


Facing a diagnosis of “cancer” is challenging for anyone, let alone a child. 

The Supertee is an access garment that gives a young person in hospital a confidence boost while allowing them to be treated without disturbance.

Young boy Cameron Aloisi (on right of photo) and his mother Rebecca (left) were inspired to bring Supertees to South Australia after he received one during a bone marrow transplant in Sydney. 

Thanks to the determination of Rotarian Brian Wybrow, the Mobilong Rotary Club in Murray Bridge has delivered 56 garments to the Adelaide Women's & Children's Hospital Foundation with plans to supply 300 within a year.

Cameron, Rebecca and Brian join Jennie Lenman in studio, alongside siblings Annalise and Jamie, to share their story.

Photo: (L-R) Rebecca Aloisi, Annalise, Jamie and Cameron, (front) Jennie Lenman.