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September 12th, 2011, 06:35 AM
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What "stuff" do you have for your children? Are you trying to get anything? Do you like your home health company?





We are in the process of getting Ava's 4th pair of DAFOs. We may go for DAFO 2's with hinged ankles and check strap on back.

As far as our DME and HME, we have a lot and get monthly shipments for the little supplies (like Port stuff, feeding pump bags, cannulas, gauze, tape, masks,gloves, etc....)
Wheelchair, 2 Feeding pumps, IV poles, Nebulizer, suction machine, oxygen concentrator and the machine that refills the travel tanks, 2 pulse oximeters, and so on..
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September 12th, 2011, 06:47 AM
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We are in the process of getting Carrie's second set of SMOs

As for DME, we have a reverse walker and a wheelchair, but she doesn't use either of them. (the wheelchair has never been used. The school made us get it IN CASE she ever used the bus)
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