The Paul Popham Fund Befriending Service serves a dual purpose, as we recruit and then train current Kidney Patients to Befriend new kidney patients.
This new service will aims to give new renal patients much needed support as well as offering them a shoulder to lean on as they come to terms with their diagnosis and the impact on their life.
We would like kidney patients who want to help others to call us and train to be a Befriender.
We would like kidney patients who need advice and support to call us so we can sign post to a Befriender who can help them.
If you fall into one of these categories, then we’d love to hear from you so please contact us.
Here is a video explaining more about the service.
To gain support from a Befriender or general support and advice please call us on 0800 038 8989 or email us at email@example.com, your call or email will be handled by a trained Befriender, and will be dealt with confidentially.
Befriending Training Course
Course date: Wednesday, 25th April
Venue: Education Centre, Morriston Hospital
Time: 10am to 4pm
The course will provide you with the training you will need to Befriend Kidney Patients who need advice and support.
- Parking is free at Morriston Hospital but limited, make sure you arrive early to guarantee a parking place.
- Various Bus Service from Swansea City Centre, Bus Station.
- Lunch is provided and hot and cold drinks throughout the course.
- The Education Centre is situated on the 1st Floor, access is through the main concourse of the Hospital.
Call 0333 2001 285 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place on the course or find out more.
There will be more Befriending Training Courses held in June, September, November with exact dates to be confirmed soon.