I have been the recipient of some donations. They are AirLife Tri-Flo Suction Cath n glove kits. I have a 10Fr and 8Fr. There are a lot of them! They are not expired. I know that the 8Fr came from a mom who had them delivered by mistake and the company does not take them back.
If you could use them or know of someone that I could contact, please let me know. Also, you can forward this email to them. My office is over run with them!
Valerie Girard, OTR/L
Manager of Outpatient Rehab Services
Carrie Tingley Hospital
272-5834 or 1-800-472-3235
||Fabiola is a high spirited 16 year-old who loves music and speaks English and Spanish. While she has some severe disabilities, she is a vibrant young girl, who likes to “dance”. A family who understands and can provide a great amount of love and care is just what Fabiola is looking for. Her family will need to be able to handle a wheelchair as Fabiola is not able to walk due to spina bifida. Fabi also has significant cognitive delays and a seizure disorder. Fabi can almost always be seen smiling. She loves to listen to music and go to the movies.
Families who are interested in providing a wonderful home to Fabi as a licensed adoptive home should contact Elisa Zachary at (505) 841-6187 or email at email@example.com
In need for a used wheel chair.
I am a retired orthopaedic surgeon going on a medical trip to Vietnam, leaving
1/18/11. I am looking for a used, manual, pediatric wheelchair to accommodate a
small 8 year old boy with osteogenesis imperfecta. I doubt this child will have
much more ambulatory time. Right now he is in a hip spika cast, so a chair with
a reclinable back and extendable legs would be perfect.
I know someone here in Albuquerque has recently outgrown just the perfect manual wheelchair for this Vietnamese child. I promise to send back photos of its new occupant.
Ruth Anne O'Keefe
12209 Eastridge Dr. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
CP quilts for wheelchairs.
Read about it here.
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. Hi John!
Our families selling rehab items still have things available to purchase. The money for these items does not benefit SWKids/Caleb's Corner and sales can be negotiated directly with the selling families. I thought CPPA families would be interested in the pictures and info about the items for sale.
SD531749: Zippie Wheelchair (blue frame), 50" and 60 lbs., $250 OBO/ oxygen tank holder w/wheels, $20 OBO Rudy Herman, firstname.lastname@example.org, cell: 307-6201
SD531750: knee imobilizers (1 gray, 1 blue), $3.00/each or $5.00/both/ ankle support (light blue) for therapy and green therapy ball, $2.50/both Rudy Herman, email@example.com, cell: 307-6201
SD531747, SD531757, SD531758, SD531759: "Libre" Freedom Design Wheelchair, completely collapsable yet full size support and comfort, all terrain tires, memory foam seat cushions, size 10"-16" seat with side guide supports, 4 years old, perfect for 25-60 lb children, rear desk for suction bags or oxygen equipment, folds to 30" X 38" X 18" rectangle with 3 easy clicks, light aluminum frame, original cost $7,200, can order new color seat covers from manufacturer, asking $275.00 Adam Alvarez, firstname.lastname@example.org, 710-0900
Jerrilynn Coblentz, organizer
Spend less; smile more!