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Donated CPAPs
I am including a passage from the Resmed blog site having to do with the Reggie White Foundation which is a charitable foundation for sleep apnea. Apparently according to the blog people that need a CPAP and can not afford one can apply to the foundation to receive a CPAP donated to them by the foundation. I have no idea what the restrictions might be but here is the article from the blog.

Quote:Reggie White’s legacy: 10 years later

Reggie White

Reggie White died on December 26, 2004, at age 43 from a cardiac arrhythmia, which many believe was partly caused by his untreated sleep apnea. The football legend’s CPAP machine was found at his bedside – unused. As we mark the 10th anniversary of White’s death this week, his legacy foundation continues to help those in need manage their own sleep apnea.

Two years after White’s death, his wife Sara and the Wisconsin-based Sleep Wellness Institute cofounded the Reggie White Sleep Disorders Research & Education Foundation. The foundation “helps people of all economic backgrounds to understand the symptoms and risks” of sleep apnea, as well as provide donated CPAP equipment to those with a CPAP prescription who otherwise could not afford it.

Reggie White: "The Minister"

Known by football fans as the “Minister of Defense,” Reggie White is one of the best defensive players in American football history. Drafted in the first round from the University of Tennessee, he played 15 seasons in the National Football League for the Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers and Carolina Panthers, was selected to 13 Pro Bowls, won Super Bowl XXXI with Green Bay in 1997, and was elected to the NFL Hall of Fame in 2006.

White actually earned his nickname at Tennessee when he became an ordained Baptist minister. He remained an outspoken religious figure until the end of his life, granting interviews on the subject and even starring in the 1996 fictional Christian film Reggie Knox.

Reggie White: The influence

In life, Reggie inspired whole communities with his generosity and devotion to community service. In death, he has inspired other NFL players like former teammate and close friend Aaron Taylor to get tested for sleep apnea, start and stick to CPAP treatment, and help spread awareness.

The Reggie White Foundation

Since 2006, the Reggie White Foundation has sent CPAP machines to more than 300 people in need across America:

To apply for a donated CPAP machine: Email the foundation at info@reggiewhitefoundation.org
To donate: Send a monetary donation, CPAP machine (any kind in working condition that’s less than 6 years old) or CPAP mask/other supply (still in its original packaging) to 2356 South 102nd Street, West Allis, WI 53227

Millions of people have learned about the dangers of sleep apnea and the benefits of treating it since Reggie White’s death due to the efforts of this foundation and countless other organizations and advocates worldwide. We thank them all for spreading awareness, invite you all to do the same, and promise to keep doing our part in 2015 and beyond.

We wish you all a happy and healthy new year!

Just a matter of interest and information.

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PaytonA
01-04-2015 06:34 PM
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I posted the complete blog on December 26 on this forum.

For free Medicare assistance for your state check out this page. http://www.seniorsresourceguide.com/directories/National/SHIP/
or here http://www.medicareinteractive.org/
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Oops sorry. I was out of town from then until 1/3. Playing catch up.
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