Well I went to UK ICU today to visit some very special people and they wanted their picture with me. I was happy to see these smiling faces and so thankful for what they do each and every day. SAVE LIVES!!
Well my application was approved to be a volunteer at the University of Kentucky hospital. I can't wait to get started on the new venture of my life and helping others.
I went to for my interview today to be a volunteer for the University of Kentucky and critical ill patients. Hopefully I can make a difference to the those at the University of Kentucky that needs the perspective of a critical ill patient back in 2015.
Well looks like I will soon be a volunteer for the University of Kentucky Hospital as a volunteer. Details to follow
I have discovered over the past 2 weeks there is no miracle cure for what I have or more drugs isn't going to make it any better. Its been just the opposite for me that less drugs are better and determination to keep your body strong. I would recommend working out and keeping a positive attitude and small accomplishments seen to work better. For all the others out there that have went through Sepsis and ARDS to keep pushing forward knowing that the next day will be better than the last.
Thank you to all of the people that had a hand in approving the fund raiser for Sepsis. As a survivor it means so much to me but a lot more to raise awareness to those that have no clue about this dreaded condition. I cant wait to speak to you about Sepsis and how it changes your life.
Thank you again for a great cause that so many know nothing about.
.Never give up !!!, I had sepsis and ARDS and spents 58 days in the hospital. It was one of my small goals was to kill a turkey. Dont give up!!!!
I have updated site with a logo. I have more good news forthcoming, stay tuned.
ERIN'S CAMPAIGN FOR KIDS
Super excited that the KY Family Career and Community Leaders of America is considering Sepsis awareness as their 2017-2018 community service project. This would include over 150 chapters and 4500 students from all across the state who would be raising money and awareness of Sepsis, especially in children.
Sepsis Alliance is a charitable organization run by a team of dedicated laypeople and healthcare professionals who share a strong commitment to battling sepsis. The organization was founded in 2007, by Dr. Carl Flatley, whose daughter Erin died of sepsis when she was 23 years old.
Sepsis Alliance was created to raise sepsis awareness among both the general public and healthcare professionals. Sepsis awareness can and does save lives, yet only 55% of American adults have ever heard the word. Sepsis Alliance also gives a voice to the millions of people who have been touched by sepsis – to the survivors, and the friends and family members of those who have survived or who have died. Survivors and those left behind often feel as if they are alone.