“SOAR stands for Survivors Offering Assistance in Recovery – a program of the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors. The Phoenix Society was founded in 1977 by Alan Breslau, a resident of Levittown, PA, who had suffered extensive burns in a commercial airline crash in the early 1960s.
“Through the SOAR program, we’re connecting people who share the experience of a burn injury. That includes burn survivors themselves, as well as their loved ones. Through one-to-one interactions and support groups with survivors, new burn victims are given hope and firsthand information from the only people who fully understand what they are experiencing.”
Michelle Hughes, RN
Burn Nurse Coordinator
Hughes, RN, Michelle
"Nursing Notes: Helping Patients SOAR,"
Jefferson Surgical Solutions: Vol. 13
, Article 3.
Available at: https://jdc.jefferson.edu/jss/vol13/iss1/3