mom2lily&thomas, since I sent one e-mail to-day (to Gillette), I'll probably get around to sending the e-mail to Allerex, well, I'm not sure when, but at least we know we can. I mean, it's SO rare for me to contact anyone anymore and to do it twice in a day, well..... [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img]
As far as the OLD Canadian part - you know what? There are quite a few Canadians on the board and I could probably tell you the ages of a few of them, but I do think I might be the oldest or there are a couple of us that are the same age. 47. No big. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img]
That was cute though and I was ROFLMBO! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, I would walk up to heaven and bring you back home with me.
Well my both my emails got bounced back. I'll have to call again and get the correct spelling of the email address. I'll let you know!
I have at least one trainer, maybe two that I could part with. Anyone who wants me to send them, email me. First come, first served!
There is finally a Canadian Epipen site where you can get free trainers:
If you still have any EpiPen Trainers, I am interested in recieving them (it).
Let me know if you still need some Epipen trainers. I might be able to help out, I am an educator in VIC and have alot on hand.
I sent two trainers to canadian members this summer. I still have one extra if anyone needs one...
I'm in Canada and I went to www.epipen.ca and they will send you one training kit which includes an epipen trainer, some paper work and a DVD for free. They limit you to one per year and you have to register. I also got one from our allergist.
I am an Health and Safety Instructor that will be teaching members of my community how to use EpiPens. I read earlier that you get a free Epipen trainer when you buy the Epipen with medication, So I was wondering if there is anyone how would like to donate any EpiPen Trainers to me to help me teach this skill? I do not know of any one needs the medication.
If you have a epipen triner and would like to give it to me to help me train others individuals, It would be greatly appreciated.
I've gotten a free trainer every time I get the epi-pen jr twin pack.
It's usually included if you are prescribed the twin pack.
Would you be willing to give (donate) them to me to help teach the individuals that take my First Aid classes?
Do you still need some Trainers ?
I am a educator in VIC and might be able to help out.
I also had good luck with Dey! They can send helpful information and sometimes you can get a great deal on a trainer. If you go to http://epipen.com, you'll find a lot of valuable information and the availability to send away for a trainer. Like Susie said, sometimes you can even get lucky and get a free one.
For those who were asking questions about how to use the EpiPen and need a guide, check out the videos they have on their site: http://www.epipen.com/page/how-to-use-epipen-auto-injector-index.
Hope that's helpful!
Just get them from ebay for like $7
dont bother wasting your time going to a pharmacy for one and paying $15
Looking at the chronology of this Thread, I realize that perhaps I am resurrecting the Dead. That being said, I have recently accepted a position as an educator for local schools, Scout Groups, and youth sports programs regarding Emergency Aid, CPR, AED use, Life-Saving skills in instances such as allergic reactions in children.
It would be tremendously helpful if I could "hit the ground running" and have the tools needed [Epi-Trainers], rather than relying on organizational politics to 'provide' the necessary tools.
If anyone could provide a [current] source where I might acquire up to three pens for the least amount of 'cash', I would be Very Appreciative.
Thanks for reading, it's my first post on this site ...
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