Learn more about chronic kidney disease (CKD). You will find that CKD, which can happen at any age, can have both common and rare causes. Explore the symptoms even though some of them may not show up until a later stage of the disease.
Chronic kidney disease may progress to End-Stage Renal Disease which has a number of treatment options.
Living well with CKD and ESRD means you will learn a new way approach to the food you eat.
Your view of the physical, mental and social aspects of your life impact your quality of life.
Information about support, state-by-state resources, a glossary of terms, fact sheets and other kidney resources.
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Discover new information and educational offerings that we provide. Explore our newsletters, blogs and upcoming webinars/conference calls.
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We host monthly online webinars and conference calls on a variety of education topics for dialysis patients, family members, and dialysis provider staff.
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Relieving Pain Through Laughter - April 26, 2019Psychosocial Factors Affecting Children and Families Living with Chronic Illness - May 23, 2019Vocational Rehabilitation Works for You and Your Quality of Life! - June 27, 2019A Young Man’s Life Changing Experience with both Heart and Kidney Disease - July 25, 2019WEBINAR PRESENTED IN SPANISH: Guía Básica de Alimentación para Personas con Enfermedad Renal (Basic Nutrition Guide for People with Kidney Disease) - August 22, 2019TBD - September 26, 2019Decisions You Need to Make About Your Transplant Choice - October 17, 2019Kidney Care 365 (Kidney Disease and Treatment) - November 21, 2019
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Dialysis Patient Citizens Education Center