Truth, Lies and Tracheostomies

 Posted by on February 11, 2017 at 6:30 PM  Awareness, Care
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When neuromuscular disease weakens the muscles used for breathing, many people benefit greatly from noninvasive ventilation (NIV), which can add years of breathing support.

But when a tracheostomy and ventilator are suggested for better breathing, some people see NIV as “enough” and a trach and vent as somehow “too much.”

When a person’s overall quality of life is no longer acceptable, that’s certainly a valid choice. But a trach and vent shouldn’t be ruled out if quality of life problems are due in large part to respiratory problems.

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Author: Diane Huberty Publication: MDA Quest Magazine Date: 06-30-2007

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The Able Act allows many people with disabilities to save money for unexpected or needed items that make their lives better. Items must be from an approved Category. For instance, assistive technology and transportation are two categories, but there are more categories. l People with disabilities can sign on to able act programs from out of their state where available. This Webinar will talk about the 4 newest states to start Able Act Programs KY, MI, OR, and VA.

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January 31, 2017

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