My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Pulmonary Fibrosis Association of Texas Inc, Houston, TX, USA
My mother was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis in April 2007. I had never heard of PF and there wasn't much information out there. I was scared and confused. My mom moved to Houston in January 2008 and found the Pulmonary Fibrosis Association of Texas (PFAT) soon after. I decided to attend a meeting to see what it was all about and perhaps get some information on the disease. The support group was a wonderful group of people, both caregivers and patients, either with the disease or post transplant. I got a lot of information and more importantly support from everyone there. They shared their experiences and assured me that both myself and my mom were not alone. My mom passed away in August 2008 and soon after I became more involved in PFAT. I am now a Board Member and volunteer as much as I can. This organization is so important to those suffering from PF. Not only does the support group help, but the organization gets them oxygen, medication, and medical equipment that they need to survive. Jan and John Orndorff, who founded PFAT, work tirelessly and constantly to assure that no one is denied oxygen. I am proud to be a part of PFAT!
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The support group was there for my mother who battled PF. I've also seen how the oxygen and medical equipment that they get for PF patients literally saves their life.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
get more volunteers!
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My mom, who had Pulmonary Fibrosis found them while searching for a PF support group.
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