Phoenix World Burn Congress Focuses on Long-Term Recovery Resources

Oct 6, 2016

Providence, RI – A severe burn can be one of the most devastating injuries that a human body can suffer, both physically and emotionally. Medical advancements have improved survival rates over 96% (American Burn Association) in U.S. Burn Centers. But survival is not enough. There is a growing need and a demand to provide emotional support and recovery resources for burn survivors and their families as they endure the reality of lifelong healing from a burn injury. This is the message that more than 900 burn survivors and their families, caregivers, burn care professionals and firefighters will share with the world at the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivor’s 28th annual Phoenix World Burn Congress on October 19 to 22 at the Omni Providence Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island.

News: International Burn Survivor Conference - Phoenix World Burn Congress 2015 Comes to Indy

Oct 9, 2015

International Burn Survivor Gathering Focuses on Need for More Long-Term Recovery Services: Indianapolis, IN – A severe burn can be one of the most painful injuries that a human body can suffer, both physically and emotionally. For many families, the difficulty in finding access to long-term support services can add to their burden as they work to heal the physical and emotional scars. As survival rates climb over 96% (American Burn Association) in U.S. Burn Centers, there is a greater need for long-term recovery services to meet the physical and emotional needs of burn survivors and their families. This is the message that more than 900 burn survivors and their families, caregivers, burn care professionals and firefighters will share with the world at the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivor’s 27th annual Phoenix World Burn Congress on October 21 to 24 at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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PRESS RELEASE - Phoenix Society Awarded Federal Fire Prevention Grant

Nov 18, 2014

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded a $269,000 grant to Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit. The grant will support and expand the Phoenix Society’s Phoenix SOAR® (Survivors Offering Assistance in Recovery®) program, with particular emphasis in increasing the access to firefighter peer support, educational information, and resources for burn-injured firefighters, their families, and everyone in the fire service affected by burn injury.

Press Release - Phoenix World Burn Congress 2014 in Anaheim, CA

Oct 7, 2014

Anaheim, CA – A severe burn can be one of the most painful injuries that a human body can suffer, both physically and emotionally. For many families, the difficulty in finding access to long-term support services can add to their burden as they work to heal the physical and emotional scars. As survival rates climb over 96% (American Burn Association) in U.S. Burn Centers, there is a greater need for long-term recovery services to meet the physical and emotional needs of burn survivors and their families. This is the message that more than 900 burn survivors, their families, caregivers, burn care professionals and firefighters will share with the world at the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors® 26th annual Phoenix World Burn Congress® on October 22 to 25 at the Hilton Anaheim in California.

Press Release - Phoenix WBC 2014

Sep 17, 2014

From October 22-25, 2014, more than 900 burn survivors, their families, burn care professionals and firefighters will attend the Phoenix World Burn Congress held at the Hilton Anaheim to share experiences with other survivors, increase their knowledge about recovery, and learn about support networks. During the four-day conference, sessions will cover topics ranging from social challenges such as dealing with anxiety and psychological pain after hospital discharge, a young adult program to help survivors ages 18-25 build confidence, fostering personal growth and enhancing communication skills. A special youth and family program for children from 7 to 17 years old will help family members learn how a burn injury impacts the overall family structure.

PRESS RELEASE:  AlloSource Donates to Burn Survivor Scholarship Fund

Jun 26, 2014

AlloSource, one of the nation's largest nonprofit providers of skin, bone, and soft tissue allografts, announced a pledge of $300,000 over 10 years to the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors. This timely investment from AlloSource helps to ensure burn patients receive the very best aftercare they deserve. A significant portion of this gift ($250,000) will be dedicated to the Phoenix Education Scholarship (PEG) that will allow Phoenix Society to award more scholarships each year; helping more burn survivors achieve their educational dreams.

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