National Family Caregivers Month

National Caregivers Month is a dedicated time to raise awareness and celebrate the contributions of caregivers who often work tirelessly to assist family members or friends in need. Caregivers play a vital role in the lives of their loved ones who have kidney disease, and this month serves as an opportunity to show appreciation for their dedication, love and support.

Here are some great articles, podcasts and Hope Week presentations by and featuring caregivers of those who have kidney disease. Take a moment to read, listen and watch.

KidneyTalk Podcasts:

Anyssa Dang: Helping Kids Who Are Diagnosed With Kidney Disease

Partners in Care

To be Young, Dating and Living with Kidney Disease

A Date with Destiny

Caregivers – Who Loves Ya, Baby?


Blog Posts and KidneyTalk Magazine Articles:

What can you do for someone with kidney disease?

6 Tips to Survive Your Partner’s Kidney Disease Diagnosis

Managing Stress: What Kidney Patients, Family Members, and Caregivers Need to Know

Advocating for a Family Member


Hope Week Presentations:

Caregiver Self Care Tips

He said – she said! A couple’s journey to and through transplant

Pediatric Kidney Disease; 10 Things to Help Your Child Adjust to Care

Pediatric Kidney Disease; Preparing Your Child To Transition to Adulthood


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