Sorrows eased by small triumphs

Anne Marie Johnson, The Australian, 31 - 08 - 2013

A child is born. We unspool in our minds the narrative arc of future accomplishment. First smile, step, word, day at school. But what if this picture is shattered, frame by frame, by a slowly dawning realisation that all is not as it should be? For Ondine Sherman and Dror Ben-Ami, the arrival of identical […]

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A different kind of miracle

Jane Wheatley, The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 - 05 - 2013

Ondine Sherman’s life was picture-perfect: loving husband, well-known parents, beautiful young daughter. But when her twin sons were diagnosed with a severe neurological disorder, the strength and support of the Sherman clan overwhelmed her. by jane wheatley. Under the glass dome of a backyard swimming pool in Tel Aviv, two little boys are floating on […]

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ABC Radio Interview

Margaret Throsby, The Sydney Morning Herald, 29 - 05 - 2013

Ondine Sherman’s life appeared close to perfect. A scion of the hugely successful Sherman family, which includes influential businessman and philanthropist father Brian, arts impresario mother Gene and film producer brother Emile (“The Kings Speech”, “Rabbit Proof Fence”), Ondine’s passion for animal rights led her to found one of Australia’s leading animal protection groups, Voiceless, […]

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ABC Radio Sunday Profile

Margaret Throsby, The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 - 05 - 2013

Ondine Sherman’s life was fulfilling all her expectations, but when her twin boys, Dov and Lev were born with a rare genetic condition, life suddenly changed course…

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Deborah Hutton interview

Margaret Throsby, The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 - 05 - 2013, Video

This week, Ondine Sherman tells us about her book The Miracle of Love, how she copes with the day to day and her quest to give a voice to the voiceless.

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