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The Lake News Online
  • Camdenton R-II district receives four new wheelchairs in donation

  • Dwayne Eidson with Lincare Medical Services and Supply Co. in Osage Beach, has donated four state-of-the-art Invacare wheelchairs to Camdenton School District Health Services Department.
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  • Dwayne Eidson with Lincare Medical Services and Supply Co. in Osage Beach, has donated four state-of-the-art Invacare wheelchairs to Camdenton School District Health Services Department.
    When Sue Blankenship, RN, Camdenton School District Director of Health Services, sent out a school district-wide request for any unused, forgotten wheelchairs that could be used by Camdenton R-III Health Services, she wasn't expecting this result.
    Elizabeth Eidson, a paraprofessional in Camdenton's Pre-K program at Dogwood Elementary, saw the request and called her husband to ask for his help. “What a surprising Christmas present we received when a week before Christmas, Dwayne delivered four brand new, beautiful, wheelchairs. I certainly did not expect a blessing of this magnitude! Four of our seven school clinics will receive a new wheelchair. These will replace two antique chairs that we are currently using. I am so thankful that Elizabeth went to work for us,” said Blankenship.
    Eidson and his professional staff testify to an absolute commitment to provide the very best quality home services to our lake area residents.
    Their primary task is to provide oxygen, respiratory and home infusion products and services to patients who suffer from respiratory diseases and seek an improved quality of life.
     
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