NICK PERKINS: KICKING MS IN THE NICK OF TIME
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My amazing family who have stuck with me through all of this and have been incredible!
Me!I am the lucky guy who gets all his support from the huge team around him, My Family, immediate and extended, and a huge team of supporters all over the world.
Wife and closest supporterMy beautiful wife is by my side every day, always checking how I am, coming with me to every appointment, I could not do this without her.
Oldest Son (Mr 5)My Oldest boy, Full of attitude and a bundle of loving cuddles. Never a time that a cuddle from my boy wont help me feel better
Youngest Son (Mr 3)This little man can light up a whole room with his cheeky grin. He is always ready for a cuddle and makes life so much nicer when he is cuddled up in your arms. Learning new stuff every day and forever impressing us
Five-year-Old looking forward to doctors fixing 'dad's broken brain'
When you walk into the Perkins family home in Carterton, there is a picture of a figure on a chalkboard with some lines and squiggles in its head.
Nick Perkins explains that it is his 5-year-old son Thomas’s drawing of “Dad’s broken brain”.
More FM Live Discussion
NZME Interview with Nikki Regnault
NZME Auction Interview
Played on ZM, The Hits, Radio Sport and Newstalk ZB
Mediawork Radio Advertorial
We have been VERY kindly donated some advertising with media-works across their 9 Radio Stations Locally (The Edge, The Rock, Main FM, Radio Live, More FM, The Sound, The Breeze, Magic, George) by Ondy Herrick Real Estate, Listen to the Ad below, Thank you so much Ondy!
'A Silent Disease': Nick's brave battle against MS
‘I am still guilty of thinking he looks normal, but I know he is putting on a brave face and no one can truly understand what is really going on inside.’
An amazing story written by my Sister-in-Law Angela Morris and published to Stuff’s 415,000 Facebook followers