Kent Kidney Care Centre
KKCCSG "Coffee morning"
Date & Times:
Tuesday 25 May 2021
Start: 10:45 ~ Finish: 12:45
Notes from our March meeting:
Between now & our next meeting, if you need any help or support or just a chat - all our contact information can be found here. If you need to discuss specific issues or difficulties, please click here
Until next time, remember: Hands / Face / Space / Fresh Air!
If you would like to join us in March, please let Sharon know as she will need to know your email address in order to send you the link you'll need to gain access to the webinar.
Could we ask you to please download the Zoom App, if you haven't already done so - It's Free!! If you need some assistance downloading this App, please contact us via Facebook (@KentKidneyPatients) or send an email to: email@example.com
All Welcome. Please do come and join us.
The group is open to all patients, their families, friends & carers, known to EKHUFT Renal Services.
It is an opportunity for individuals to have a voice, be able to share experiences in a safe environment and build a network of support.
Hear what members have to say...
"these are very supportive events for patients & partners. Try attending just to see if it works for you"
"in the meetings you have a laugh, discuss various topics and learn new ideas"
"it helps you to make decisions about what treatment you will receive in the future with a positive attitude....Hearing from other people"
"when I leave meetings I feel very positive as it is easy to forget that there is always help available for whatever problem you may encounter on your journey"
"talking to people with the same thing really helps"
Kent Kidney Patients Assoc
Support Group & Events
Thursday 13 May at 6:30pm
The meeting will be held via Zoom & if you would like to participate please register your name here
Join our Support Group via Facebook @KentKidneyPatients
Follow us on Twitter @AssocKent
Meet your KKPA Team here
'The little book about kidneys' by Victoria Hanson
illustrated by Jenny Tulip
A guide for children about kidney disease and treatment
with some help from our storyteller Dougal the Dog!