Tabitha Page is an accomplished children's book author and disability advocate who lives in Melbourne, Australia. Tabitha lives with Autoimmune disease/ Chronic illness and other health challenges and aims to support, teach, uplift and advocate for other people who also live with illness and/or disability.
In 2021, Tabitha founded Forevability alongside the fabulous Amy Marley and together they have created a community of authors, illustrators, publishers and readers who live with, know others who live with or just want to support the chronic illness and disability community.
Tabitha is a children’s book author and five of Tabitha’s six books feature characters with disability or illness. With these books, she aims to inspire and bring about more awareness and acceptance of those who are a little different from the majority, but no less important and special.
Her book ‘I’m a Type One Kid’ has been endorsed by the Type One Foundation and is distributed via their care packs to newly diagnosed children all across Australia. ‘I’m a Type One Kid’ has also been read by Sarah Fergusson, The Duchess of York on her YouTube channel.
A trained childcare professional, Tabitha holds a certificate in child psychology, a certificate and diploma in children’s Services and has many years of childcare experience.
Caring for children with various illness and disabilities, living with her own Autoimmune disease and with her love for writing, Tabitha believes with her whole heart that she has found her purpose and feels so blessed to be able to share her words with other people, both big and small.
She aims to use her multiple platforms to bring awareness, to teach, to share, to ensure people know that they are not alone and to promote inclusion and acceptance.
Tabitha is an author, photographer, a HP lover , an advocate and a coffee loving reader of multi-paged creations.
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