In 1998 Heidi Cave was an active young woman looking forward to all the possibilities life had to offer. That all changed when her car was struck by a reckless driver going more than 100km/hr (60 mph). The car crash resulted in a battle for Heidi’s life that would involve two weeks in a coma, seven months in the BCPFF Burn and Plastic Surgery Unit at Vancouver General Hospital and an additional five months in rehabilitation.

What should have been the darkest chapter of her life became a bright testament to the strength of the human spirit. Heidi is now a mother, author and motivational speaker. The tragedy of the accident has been turned into a life message of hope. She knows the power of love and courage, and how to impart it to others. A gifted speaker, her story has inspired thousands to renew their own hope, and to believe that anything is possible.

Previous Press Coverage


Article at Surrey Leader and Surrey Board of Trade


Article at OC Register: Parenting Voices


December 15th CBC North by Northwest
September 21st Kamloops Daily News
September 19th Quesnel Observer
September 3rd Breakfast Television: Watch
August 31st Huffington Post
August 28th Everyday Family – Fancy Feet is included in “6 Books All Women Must Read”
August 28th CTV Morning Live: Watch
Front page of The Abbotsford News
Langley Times Interview
August 3rd Global News with Lynn Colliar: Watch
July 31st Jim Harrison Show on Radio NL
July 30th op/ed in The Province
July 30th CKNW AM980 with Philip Till: Listen
July 29th, CBC Radio, BC Almanac


June, Vancouver Sun and Province newspapers, Home Town Heroes feature article
February, CBC Radio, North by Northwest
January, CBC Radio, Early Edition with Rick Cluff: Listen