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Programs & Support

Downloadable Resources 

Lung Sask has plenty of FREE, downloadable information on how to make living with pulmonary fibrosis easier. To learn more about the pulmonary fibrosis information that is available to you, download the Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Handbook.

Living Well with Pulmonary Fibrosis (Note: Membership to this website is free, but website registration is required to access resources)   


Medication Resources 

To learn more about your medication and related information, visit the following link to our Lung Health Materials page and download for free the following document: 

  • Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Information – Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Handbook 

To learn more about programs for financial support for your medication visit the following links: 


Pulmonary Rehabilitation 

A great way to learn how to exercise and learn how to manage your disease in a supportive and encouraging environment is to join a pulmonary rehabilitation program. Pulmonary rehabilitation programs offer supervised exercise and education by trained healthcare professionals. 

To find a pulmonary rehabilitation program near you visit Find a Pulmonary Rehab Program.
To view a helpful pulmonary rehabilitation exercise video visit Pulmonary Rehabilitation Daily Fitness and Exercise Video.


Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group Meetings

You don’t have to feel alone with your pulmonary fibrosis or interstitial lung disease. Consider joining our online support group or attending our support meetings to come together in a safe environment to share your experience with others with a lived experience of pulmonary fibrosis.


Caring Breaths Financial Assistance Program

To ease the financial burden that may be associated with living with a lung disease, Lung Saskatchewan is pleased to be able to provide support through its Caring Breaths Financial Assistance Program. This reimbursement program is designed to be complimentary to other established financial assistance programs in the province of Saskatchewan.

To learn more about the program including information about eligibility and the application process visit Caring Breaths Financial Assistance Program by clicking the image to the right.