2010 Award Winners

Huff and Puff PosterCarol Lindstrom
Bellevue, Neb.
Carol’s “Angel Project” is bringing support group services to underserved patients in Nebraska and western Iowa by starting “mini groups” in those areas and providing recordings of speakers from larger meetings.

Donna Caterini
Harrisburg, Penn.
Donna’s “Huff and Puff” poster, featuring the Big Bad Wolf, has been provided to support group leaders across the country to help raise awareness of pulmonary hypertension and make their communities aware of their local group. Read more

 

Kathy Dee GroebnerPHurry Phriend
Clayton, Calif.
Kathy’s “PHurry Phriends” are teaching others what life is like with PH and a pump. Kathy brings adorable stuffed bears wearing packs to events as an educational tool and provides children with PH with colorful and fun backpacks for their pumps. Read more

Elzarie Devenish
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Elzarie organized a PH Retreat in South Africa in late October 2010 to bring together patients and PH-treating specialists for a weekend of education and to serve as a launch pad for establishing a support group for patients. Read more

 

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The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) awarded PHA the Abbey S. Meyers Leadership Award in 2012 for outstanding service to PHA members in advocacy, education and other key areas.