SleepNet / BreatheNet


Mandela Day

Mandela Day 2019

Staff at Sleepnet Breathenet celebrated Mandela Day 2019 by showing support to an organization called SALT in Table View. This inspirational NPO’s mission is to provide Food security, access to quality education and health services to the under privileged in the local community. Sleepnet Breathenet staff raised a total of 30 women’s sanitary packs to

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Home Ventilation

Another happy customer

Desiree Visagie contacted us via Facebook for pricing on Home Ventilation equipment. After learning a little more about Desiree and the challenges she has faced with financing the equipment she desperately needs to help her with her severe asthma, we were able to assist her through our NPO, Deo Volente Health Foundation. Desiree now has

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Investing in the future

Our company Directors recently met with the two beneficiaries of the SleepNet-BreatheNet / ResMed Fellowship in support of their studies in the Masters in Nursing in Child Nursing course through UCT. Both students hope to return to their respective Provinces (Gauteng & KZN) where they will apply their knowledge and skills at District Health level.

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sleep disorder

Falling Asleep While Driving Can Be Linked To Obstructive Sleep Apnea

There is a method of therapy though Studies have found that obstructive sleep apnea is associated with a significantly increased risk of motor vehicle accidents. According to the American Association of Sleep Medicine, patients with sleep apnea are 2.5 times more likely to be the driver in a motor vehicle accident. Excessive daytime sleepiness is

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Mandela day

Mandela day 2018

This year Mandela Day was celebrated by the SleepNet BreatheNet staff giving back to our four legged, fury friends. Our staff collected dog food and goodies and handed these to “Fallen Angels” in Melkbos Strand.

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Home Ventilation Program

Technology-Dependent Children Can Live Safely at Home

Despite challenges, technology-dependent children tend to thrive in the home environment Technological and scientific advances over the past two decades have increased the survival rate of chronically ill children. However, this had resulted in a dependency on technology and home care for their continued survival. The primary burden of care for technology-dependent children is provided

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