The Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency (LOPA) is an independent, not-for-profit organ and tissue recovery agency. LOPA's Core Purpose is Making Life Happen. We save and heal lives through organ and tissue donation.
Thank you to Association of Organ Procurement Organizations - AOPO for sharing this today! We hope you will help our podcast win! Listen to The Gifted Life Podcast anytime at lopa.org/podcast You can also subscribe on your favorite podcast app like Apple Podcasts, Google Play or Stitcher. @aopo_hq #podcast #DonateLife
What a day for this family...❤️ The family of HERO Ava Grace Branstetter - of Louisiana - will watch her make her 'racing' debut courtesy Joey Gase Racing & his supporters...& will also CELEBRATE her birthday!
Ava's TWIN - Olivia - is celebrating at the track today, as well! ❤️ #DonateLife #DonateLifeLA #23
Joey - the son of a HERO - goes for the checkered flag at the QuakerState 400 at Kentucky Speedway with a very special tribute on the back of his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series racecar.
Best Home Furnishings is dedicating the rear TV panel of the car to the nonprofit organization Donate Life, and honoring the late Ava Branstetter who unexpectedly passed away at the age of six. She attended the same school as the children of a Best Home Furnishings sales representative. Her organ and tissue donations benefited scores of other individuals. “Since Gase’s mother passed away when he was 18, he has dedicated his racing career to honoring his mother’s legacy through DonateLife,” said Brian Lange, president of Best Home Furnishings. “To use the Best race car as a platform for raising awareness of organ and tissue donations, and to pay tribute to Ava and her family, is a fulfilling purpose for our organizations.” Learn more about Joey on episode #58 of The Gifted Life Podcast! #DonateLife #podcast #nascar
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Brain Death with Dr. Aysenne
On this episode of The Gifted Life we answer a common question. What is brain death? Dr. Aimee Aysenne breaks down the details about diagnosing brain death into terms we can all understand. Then we welcome Libbie Harrison. Libbie’s son, Justin, became a donor after brain death. The question we hear often, how can the heart still beat, when a person’s brain is no longer functioning? Hear how she came to accept Justin’s death and honor his wishes to be an organ, eye and tissue donor. We honor Hero, Major Earl Jenkins and Dr. Aysenne helps us answer a listener’s question here on episode 60 of The Gifted Life Podcast. #podcast #DonateLife
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Happy 4th of July from DLL! Communicate your decision to be a registered organ, eye and tissue donor! www.donatelifela.org