Donate Life Northwest will sponsor training, peer support, and mentorship for dialysis patients on living donation transplants, in Portland OR November 5, 12, and 19, 2017. They will also sponsor a training for mentors on October 7, 2017. See below for details:
The Patient Driven Support Group will hold a patient support group meeting in Ontario CA on September 24, 2017. Details follow:
As part of a project to create free patient support educational material for CKD and dialysis patients, the organization Muse Story Telling is seeking patient stories. You can connect with them at the August 20, 2017 NKF/PKG Wellness Fair in Portland, you can email them anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org , or you can start with their short get-to-know-you survey at https://musestorytelling.typeform.com/to/OgVaYu .
The Westside Kidney Support Group will hold an August 10, 2017 talk on What About Nutrition? in Playa Vista CA. See below for details:
The Seattle Chapter of the PKD Foundation will host an August 16, 2017 Coffee Chat in Factoria (Bellevue WA) to promote networking among people affected by PKD. The discussion is informal, but a topic or guest speaker is usual. For details and to sign up, see http://support.pkdcure.org/site/Calendar?view=Detail&id=101732 . These events are held more or less monthly; the next one will be September 10, 2017. Watch https://pkdcure.org/chapter/seattle/ for details.
The PKD Foundation will also sponsor an August 19, 2017 Seattle Friends & Family Potluck Picnic & Lemonade Stand, in Seward Park (Seattle). Find more information at http://support.pkdcure.org/site/Calendar?view=Detail&id=101846 .
The Foundation will also sponsor the three-mile Seattle Walk for PKD on October 1, 2017 at Green Lake (Seattle). For details, posters, to register for the Walk or the associated Penny Kids Dash, and to donate, see http://support.pkdcure.org/site/TR/Walk/WalkforPKD?fr_id=1766&pg=entry . So far they have pledges of $10,000 for the Walk, and they seek at lease $45,000 more to support PKD research and create better lives for those impacted by polycystic kidney disease.