Become An Organ Donor
You Could Save A Life
Small Group Communication 210
Today I’d like to talk to you about first, the need for organ donors in our area, second, how you can become an organ donor after you die and finally, how your family and organ donor recipients benefit from your donation. I. Attention Step:
A. How do you feel when you have to wait for something you really want? What if it was something you couldn’t live without? 1. By this time tomorrow, 12 people in America who are alive right now will be dead. a. Not because they were in a car wreck,
b. Not because they were gunned down,
c. Not even because they weren’t in the hospital,
d. But simply because they couldn’t’ be given a life-saving transplant in time.
II. Need Step:
A. Every year thousands of ordinary people save the life of someone in need. 1. Ordinary citizens do extraordinary acts by running into a burning building, rushing to the scene of a car accident, or diving into a river to help a drowning person. a. But there is also a less well-known act of heroism that is equally heroic, and that is the decision to become a living organ donor. b. With the rising need for organs, many patients lose their battle because there are not enough organs being donated.
III. Satisfaction Step: I’ll begin by telling you about the need for organ donors. A. People around the world but also right here in Findlay, Bowling Green, Toledo, and Columbus, need organ transplants and they need our help. 1. The problem is that there is a lack of organs and organ donors who make organ transplantation possible.
a. Then need is many organs and tissues such as the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, pancreas, corneas, bone, skin, heart valves, and blood vessels.
b. A new name is added to the national waiting list every 16 minutes. That means that 5 people will be added to the list during the time we are in class...
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