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Moebius Syndrome Animations

Dear Friends,

When we talk about spreading Moebius Syndrome Awareness and educating people about Moebius Syndrome it's important to have a variety of tools to reach a variety of different people. We have created several animations to teach our children about Moebius Syndrome in a way that they can understand.

All of our animations are also available on our YouTube channel, please feel free to share.


Tim Smith

Smile For Me

"Smile for me" is a cute little story written by Linda Lawrance from Australia whose son Jack has Moebius Syndrome. The narrator is Dawna Rockey from the  United States who also has a son with Moebius Syndrome named Ben.

Introducing Isabella

Introducing Isabella is a short animation narrated by Ged Seddon and Isabella. It tells the story of a little girl with Moebius Syndrome named Isabella who lives in England. 

Gavin Fouche: Special Message

Gavin Fouche: Public Service announcement was our second animation written and narrated by Gavin Fouche the Vice President of the Many Faces of Moebius Syndrome. The animation encourages everyone to stand out and be different.

"Smile for Me" Gif version

This is our second rendition of the kids book "Smile for Me" written by Linda Lawrance. We created the video to help explain Moebius Syndrome to small children. Hopefully once they have watched it they will be more understanding of other kids with Moebius.

In this version we used animated Gif's instead of the original illustrations to tell the story.

Choose Kind

Tim Smith talking about some of the struggles he has faced and explaining his outlook on life. 

Ryan's Story

Ryan's Story was our very first animation written by Ryan Larson, starring Ryan Larson, and narrated by Ryan Larson. Ryan gives us a little insight into his life.

Talking Moebius with Katrina Donavan

Katrina Donavan shares her thoughts along with giving us some good advice.

History of MSAD for Kids

The animated history of Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day. Made for kids. 

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