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Hope2Sleep Charity's Official Open Day - Sleep Apnoea Awareness + Support Event

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Hope2Sleep Charity's Official Open Day - Sleep Apnoea Awareness + Support Event

Time: September 23, 2017 from 10:30am to 4:30pm
Location: Hope2Sleep Charity
Street: 85 Ings Road
City/Town: HULL
Website or Map: http://www.hope2sleep.co.uk/
Phone: 01482 374181 or email events@hope2sleep.co.uk
Event Type: open/awareness/support, day
Organized By: Kath Hope
Latest Activity: Aug 23, 2017

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Event Description

We warmly welcome you to our Official Open Day of what we believe is the UK's first high street Sleep Apnoea & Sleep Disordered Breathing Support Centre and Shop, where people can come for advice, support and purchase products to help them sleep more safely and comfortably.

The Lord Mayor of Hull will conduct the 'opening ceremony at 10.30 am on Saturday, 23rd September 2017 in our brand new premises at 85 Ings Road, Hull, East Yorkshire and .  HU8 0SD and free support, advice and socialising will carry on all day until 4.30 pm.  There is even an entrance to Hull's famous and beautiful East Park just 20 footsteps away  to take the children or dogs for a stroll.

We are busy with the preparations and this announcement will be amended as our plans are put in place, but will comprise of the following:-

  • Celebrating the Official Opening of our new premises - the base from where we will be stepping up the delivery of powerful campaigns to raise awareness of Sleep Apnoea, and continuing our free support to those suspecting a diagnosis and those already diagnosed, and on CPAP or other forms of therapy.
  • 10 minute free consultation with Wendy, our Chairman and Adult Sleep Specialist Nurse.  It is advisable to pre-book these slots as we envisage high demand.
  • 10 minute free mask fitting on our in-house bed (you can bring your own mask or try the range we have for sale, and CPAP machines will be there to check masks at the correct pressure).  There won't be time to have a nap on the bed though laugh
  • Advice from Vicki Dawson, our Paediatric Sleep Practitioner, who also founded the Children's Sleep Charity, to discuss general sleep problems in their children, which naturally affect the whole family.
  • CPAP Comfort Advice and purchase products on the day.
  • CPAP Manufacturers on hand for advice.
  • Slimming World Consultant to advise on healthy eating, which can improve Sleep Apnoea and sometimes even cure it!
  • Refreshments, Raffle, Activities for the Children

For any enquiries or to book a slot with our Adult Sleep Specialist Nurse, please call our local office on 01482 374181 or email events@hope2sleep.co.uk

We look forward to seeing you on the day smiley

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Comment by Kath Hope on August 21, 2017 at 20:02

Thank you very much Judy and so pleased we've been of help to you It's a shame it's too far to travel, but hopefully we'll meet somewhere nearer to you one day.

Comment by Judy Y on August 21, 2017 at 13:14

Sounds like a great day. Would love to come and see everybody, and try different masks, but unfortunately too far for me to travel. Hope2 sleep has been a great help to me, so thanks everybody at Hope2sleep 

Wish you a great success on the 23rd September

Judy Y

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