How you can help.

Thank you for taking part in Little Hearts Matter’s third annual awareness week from May 1st to May 7th 2021. This is our most ambitious campaign ever. Getting involved is super simple;

Share the #nynormalisdifferent artwork, linked below. We would love to see people applying our logo to their social media profiles. If you post our artwork, please tag us, we’ll give you a shout out! 

Share the #nynormalisdifferent hashtag. It will help us jump up the algorithm! We would also love to see you sharing, re-posting and re-tweeting our awareness content across our social media channels.

Signpost people to this page. So they can learn about our campaign. We are really shooting for the stars this year, because we think everyone should know about hidden disabilities in 2021.

Download the #mynormalisdifferent logo by clicking below

Download the #mynormalisdifferent wide banner by clicking below.

For any organisations who would like to get involved, we would love to see you encouraging your members to share why their normal is different. That way, we can raise even more awareness for hidden disabilities! 

Be social with us - our latest tweets and posts

    "We will never forget hearing the words "he might not survive.""But Loki showed us he was a true fighter.""Sometimes I feel people forget how serious his condition is, because "he is doing well" yes and showing everyone he is battling on, with the biggest smile, the cheekiness and his little ways but yet just one little thing could mean he could end up back in hospital".Shared by LHM member Emma, heart-mum to Loki here who was born with HLHS. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

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    "We spent Jordan's 12th birthday at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, he's a real adrenaline junkie! (We did, of course, get the green light from our cardiologist first!)Jordan's first few years were rough, he spent more time in hospital than at home. He was so poorly for years and needed a wheelchair, oxygen and feeding tube for over half his life. Fast forward to now, Jordan has been stable for the last few years. Sometimes I forget he has half a heart, not because we have forgotten, but because he is living life to the full. Jordan still has challenges in life related to his heart, but we have embraced that our "normal" is different and we welcome that into our routine.We have gone from living out of suitcases hours away from home to feeling lucky and cherishing every moment whilst things are like this x."Shared by Elis, heart-mum to Jordan here, thank you. #mynormalisdifferent ... See MoreSee Less

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