First Home Therapies Virtual Q&A – Explore and give it a go!

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

Thanks to our volunteers during National Volunteer Week!

Last week was National Volunteers’ Week, which is an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people across the UK make through volunteering.

Volunteer services are especially valuable to the most vulnerable in our communities, and with many of these people strictly self-isolating at the moment, the help these volunteer … Continue reading

Paul Popham Careline and Councelling Services

You may be missing the usual face-to-face support we offer, but our telephone counselling services and carelines are always available to help support you and your family at this time.

Careline: 0800 038 8989

Our Careline is available from 9:00am – 6:00pm, … Continue reading

Kidney Patient Newsletter – Corvid-19 Update – ISSUE 2

We, the Paul Popham Fund, are working with Kidney Care UK, Kidney Wales and the Welsh Renal Networks to provide patients with guidelines, support, advice, activities and other information to keep you informed of services available and how to keep well during this time. For all the latest news, download … Continue reading

Telephone and online support available to Renal Patients during lockdown

For those of you who may be missing the usual face-to-face support offered to renal patients in South Wales, there are a variety of online virtual support groups, meetings and … Continue reading

Lobbying to protect dialysis patients from COVID-19

Kidney Care UK, Kidney Wales and the Paul Popham Fund have written to the Welsh Minister for Health and Social Care, Vaughan Gething AM, to express concerns that more than 1500 dialysis patients have not been sent a letter from the NHS advising them to shield. Continue reading