Sponsors & Charities

Thermographic Screening & Breast Cancer Prevention (www.thermography.com.au)

Prevention is the best cure!

When the Australian Government wanted the most effective means of preventing the ‘Swine Flu’ threat becoming a reality, they reached for the latest ‘disease early warning’ technology.

The method and equipment they found is the same that has been available and used for a long time here in Australia.

Non-invasive technology.

Imagine; A series of photographs are taken of you; they are reviewed by the specialist who examines the difference in heat dispersal throughout your body, and any changes over months or years are compared back to the baseline images.

Breast Cancer Detection

In the instance of breast cancer detection, comparing Mammography and Thermography is like comparing Microscopes and Telescopes.  Each has its speciality. Microscopes and mammography are useful at very close range, to either see something in a limited viewing area close up or treat a disease that’s already close up.  Telescopes and thermography are for seeing or detecting a problem over a wide field of vision from a long way off before it gets close enough to do any damage.

Thermography Australia provides quality thermographic images for breast, carotid artery and total body screening to enable early discovery of developing disease.

Not only is DITI (Digital Infrared Thermographic Imaging) the women’s answer to breast screening (pain free, no radiation, very early detection) it also can scan the whole body detecting pathophysiologic changes in cutaneous temperature. The uses for thermographic screenings are increasing especially in relation to sports medicine, muscular-skeletal problems and workers compensation inquiries.

They use the most advanced digital camera equipment.

Thermography Australia leads the development of non invasive screening with the aim of preventing developing disease and maintain a wellness lifestyle. They provide ongoing screening programs and link with all other EMI clinics worldwide. EMI (Electro Medical Imaging) clinics have to meet high accreditation standards and staff have international registration.


Makin Music (www.makinmusic.com.au)

Isa at Makin Music is a very good friend of ours and a great keyboard player. If you or your family want to be ‘makin’ music’, he’s the man you’ll want to speak with. He’s got a great shop that’s a little tricky to find at 1/220 The Entrance Rd, Erina NSW, but if you’re on his doorstep, online or on the phone, he will give you either top advice or a Baby Boomer discount on anything he can get for you.


Dale Ford (www.DaleFord.com.au)

Our mate John Stark from Dale Ford in Bankstown brought his lovely wife to our event and I told him I’d decided the best vehicle to take all of us and our sound, lights, instruments and costumes around the country would be a good, reliable Ford station wagon. I guess that’s why they’re so popular with cab owners.

John organised it and our ‘mobile lounge’ (because that’s what it feels like to drive) and it’s made  everything so much easier.

If you’re in the market for a vehicle have a look at their website and give John a call.


Men’s Sheds (www.mensheds.com.au)

Problems with men’s health, isolation, loneliness and depression are looming as major health issues for men. Men’s Sheds play a significant and practical role in addressing these and other men’s issues. Men’s Sheds can help connect men with their communities and mainstream society and at the same time act as a catalyst in stimulating their communities’ economic activities.

Our aim at Baby Boomers Entertainment is to help raise the profile of this much needed social help  and hopefully assist in generating funds in the towns where we perform.