TODAY: Monday, August 14, 2017

April Williams, Nutritionist

FOUNDERS CELEBRATION!

Hello from Breath Matters!

This August 14, we're hosting a Founder's Day celebration at the Breath Matters monthly meeting.

Our focus will be mainly on the original founders Russell Glover and David Sanders, but we are also planning to applaud membership for their support in the development of this charitable legacy.

The meeting agenda will mostly resemble the typical monthly meeting, with a topical speaker and a sharing session. However, we also will have a bit of a look back at the history of the organization and a thank you to those folks who really were fundamental to getting Breath Matters started.

We'll end with some light refreshments and a casual mingle. We are committed to keeping it fun and light, Russell and David would have hated something morose and downbeat!

The details: Aug 14, 1:15-3pm

Johnston Willis Hospital (Stalker Auditorium).

We really hope to see you there and give you a hearty "thanks" for your support. We'd appreciate an RSVP, just to help our planning.

Also during the introductions if you have a quick story (less than 1 min.) on how Breath Matters has helped you or your loved one cope with your disease let us know when you RSVP.

Please RSVP board members Cathy Bray call 804-334-8856 or email cat2bob3 @gmail.com

Or Bernadette Sneed call 804-937-6855

JOHNSTON WILLIS HOSPITAL - STALKER AUDITORIUM

Refreshments Sponsored by Medi Home Health

VALET PARKING PROVIDED AT NO CHARGE

There will be no meetings at Chippenham in 2017

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THIS MEETING HAS CONCLUDED

NOVEMBER 10, 2014

Speaker: Lisa Schaffner

“LUNG TRANSPLANTS:
What UNOS is doing to find
Your Perfect Organ”

Lisa Schaffner

Topic: LUNG TRANSPLANTS: What UNOS is doing to Find Your Perfect Organ

Lisa Schaffner speaks at the Nov 2014 Breath Matters meeting at Chippenham Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia. She speaks on the topic of UNOS and its efforts to match life-saving organs between deceased donors and those on the national organ donation waiting list maintained by UNOS (United Network for Organ Sharing). UNOS works with important organs such as the heart, lungs, kidneys, pancreas, liver and intestines.

In particular, Lisa Schaffner speaks on lung transplants, how lungs are donated, how they are matched to people in need, and the pitfalls and difficulties of providing successful organ transplantation.

Recorded live at the November 2014 meeting of Breath Matters in Richmond Virginia at the Chippenham Medical Center, Kraus Auditorium.

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ALL BREATHMATTERS MEETINGS ARE FREE AND ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Chippenham Medical Center
7101 Jahnke Road
Richmond, VA 23225

This event sponsored by

Revival Home Care

Providing skilled Nursing,
PT, OT and LST services specializing in chronic disease management.

Lucy Keesee, Community Liaison cell:
(804) 299-1783

7101 Coachman Lane, Suite 102
Richmond, VA 23228

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