Very good innovation to spread awareness. To spread such good to humanity and given space to share individual stories. In future no one should death due to sepsis lately diagnose. Thanks million times.
Sepsis Alliance is a great non profit organization! They do so much to get the word out about sepsis and help so many families involved. Thanks Sepsis Alliance for all u do!
Five stars plus for Sepsis Alliance. When I had sepsis in 2002 there was a great void in knowledge and awareness but when I found SA in 2008, it was like a new wave had taken the cause forward. The people at SA are always kind, gracious and accommodating for ANYTHING you need. And most all they are passionate about all aspects of the cause. I have never been a part of a better organization and have the utmost confidence in everyone affiliated with Sepsis Alliance. I have referred many people to SA and do so gladly as it takes a dedicated effort on many front to spread the word. Thanks Carl Flatley for having the vision and the passion to found and support SA.
Raising awareness will hopefully save lives. If signs were recognized sooner my husband might still be alive.
Thank you so much for your efforts and the opportunity to share my story.
The Sepsis Alliance website is an excellent resource for the public as well as healthcare providers. They make opportunities to volunteer so easy- fundraising links, contributions to Faces of Sepsis stories, and educational materials to help spread awareness. It's all right there. The Sepsis Alliance staff if responsive and professional. This is a nonprofit that is a pleasure to support!
As a survivor of septis I cannot thank Sepsis Alliance enough they answered so many questions that no one else could understand let alone answer. I'm now back working, found that lost confidence, and understand how to live with fortunately only the small things Sepsis has left behind.
I am a Septic Shock survivor who experienced the horrific ordeal 18 years ago in 1996 and at a time when even fewer people than today had even heard of it. After a recent move to San Francisco the UCSF Medical Center staff brought to my attention how much more prevalent Sepsis and Septic Shock have become so I felt compelled to contact Sepsis Alliance to inquire about how I could help in the way of creating awareness and education. From my first communication and interaction with the President, a board member and the staff medical writer I was very impressed with how much I was respected and appreciated for wanting to help in any way I can. The Sepsis Alliance team is the most professional and caring group of individuals who are genuine in their mission to help all those affected by Sepsis & Septic Shock including survivors, families and the medical professionals who must deal with this medical emergency.
I developed a meningococcal infection in July 2011 that triggered septic shock, and nearly killed me. Fortunately, I recovered well. In March 2012, a friend sent me a link to the "Sepsis: Emergency" video produced by Sepsis Alliance (SA), and so I contact the organization to see how I could become involved. Within hours of my writing to them, I received a response from the founder, who was at that moment in Europe at a conference, and he welcomed my participation. Through Sepsis Alliance, I found a vehicle through which I could share my story and help spread the word which begins with: "Suspect Sepsis. Save Lives." I've since shared my story on the SA and other websites, made presentations to community and public health organizations, and participated in a national SA webinar. I plan to continue spreading awareness of sepsis for as long as I am able. SA has saved thousands of lives, and has the promise to save hundreds of thousands more.
My sister, Erin, died from sepsis on April 30th 2002. She developed sepsis after having a simple, outpatient procedure! At the time of her death, I had never heard the word sepsis before. A huge part of me died with her that day and my life has never been the same! She passed away 4 months before my wedding and 2 weeks before my birthday. Erin was young, just 23 years old. She was pretty, smart, fun, loving, kind and loyal. Her zest for life was contagious and she is missed everyday by so many of us who loved her! My father, Carl Flatley, founded the Sepsis Alliance shortly after her death and I marvel at what it has become today! I am so proud to be a part of this great organization that is truly saving lives! Awareness of sepsis is key in reducing the death rate from this equal opportunity killer! Suspect Sepsis, Save Lives and Limbs!!