It is very understandable – even expected –that you might be feeling anxious, depressed or even fearful about going outside and doing many of the things you took for granted before the Pandemic started. The idea of returning to the wider world can feel even harder if you’ve got … Continue reading →
Back in May, a survey was launched to better understand the impact the coronavirus pandemic has been having on your lives. This meant we could focus our support on the issues that are most important to you, and ensure your concerns were raised at the highest level of the NHS … Continue reading →
We are pleased to share our very first Kidney Patient Information Virtual Q&A. This virtual discussion is a general overview of home therapies, where one of our Peer Mentors, Hayleigh Isaac, shared her personal experience of home hemodialysis with Gail Williams, Lead Nurse of the Welsh Renal Clinical Network, and … Continue reading →
We’re proud to say that we, the Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales, delivered 320 afternoon tea boxes to Morriston Hospital Renal Unit, to lift the spirits of patients and staff on … Continue reading →
The Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales, relaunched its Befriending Service on the 26th June 2016 in conjunction with the Renal Services at Morriston Hospital. Since that day, the service has grown from strength to strength, offering people with kidney disease a support service from people like … Continue reading →
The Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales has been facilitating the Befriending Service since June 2016, prior to this it was facilitated by the Psychology Department, University Hospital Wales Cardiff and supported by the WKPA.