Virtual Education Classes

All classes are held at 11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain / 1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern time.

 

February Classes

Registered Dietitian
Kidney Care Nutrition
February 7 & 8

Understanding the kidney diet will help you to take care of your kidneys and keep them healthy. After this class, you will know how to set up your meals and snacks as well as reduce any side effects of kidney disease.
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Flavorful Low-Sodium Eating
February 21 & 22

Having a low-sodium diet is one of the best things you can do to maintain good kidney care. Today, sodium is in everything, and we eat more than we should. In this class you will learn how to reduce the sodium in your cooking and eating.
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Social Work
Developing a Support System for Your Health
February 14

In this class, you will learn about simple steps you can take to increasing positive and supportive connections for your health journey and daily life.
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Managing Chronic Illness
February 15

Learning healthy strategies to manage chronic illness can improve your health outcomes and reduce your stress. In this webinar, you will learn how to manage kidney disease by preparing for medical visits, keeping on track with multiple medications, staying physically active, and coping in healthy ways.​
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Transplant 101
February 28

A beginner’s guide to understanding what transplant means for you. In this class, we’ll cover transplant as a treatment option and a complete overview of the process.
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Making Difficult Decisions in Healthcare
February 29

Planning ahead can make difficult decisions about medical treatment easier for you and your family. Learn about the types of documentation needed to ensure your wishes are upheld, conservative care options, and how to talk with your loved ones and medical team about what is important to you.
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March Classes

Registered Dietitian
Kidney Care Nutrition
March 6 & 7

Understanding the kidney diet will help you to take care of your kidneys and keep them healthy. After this class, you will know how to set up your meals and snacks as well as reduce any side effects of kidney disease.
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Treatment Options for Kidney Disease
March 14

Complete Care for People with Kidney Conditions

Avoid the crash and join the Modality Education Class! This class will explore the various treatment options for individuals faced with kidney failure. In this class, you will learn about hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, transplant, and conservative care.
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Flavorful Low-Sodium Eating
March 20 & 21

Having a low-sodium diet is one of the best things you can do to maintain good kidney care. Today, sodium is in everything, and we eat more than we should. In this class you will learn how to reduce the sodium in your cooking and eating.
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Social Work
Living Kidney Donation
March 27

Living Kidney Donation can decrease your time on the kidney transplant wait list and, in some cases, can be an alternative to dialysis. In this class, you will learn the basics of kidney transplant and living kidney donation along with strategies to find a living donor and resources that may help with the costs associated with travel and time off for your potential donors.
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Self Care and Your Health
March 28

Learn simple, concrete steps you can take to improve your daily well-being and overall health.
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April Classes

Registered Dietitian
Kidney Care Nutrition
April 3 & 4

Understanding the kidney diet will help you to take care of your kidneys and keep them healthy. After this class, you will know how to set up your meals and snacks as well as reduce any side effects of kidney disease.
Register

 

Flavorful Low-Sodium Eating
April 17 & 18

Having a low-sodium diet is one of the best things you can do to maintain good kidney care. Today, sodium is in everything, and we eat more than we should. In this class you will learn how to reduce the sodium in your cooking and eating.
Register

 

Social Work
Depression and ESRD
April 10

From your first diagnosis of kidney disease throughout your treatment, you may have an emotional response to your life changes. In this class, you will learn about the symptoms of depression, when to seek help, what support options are available, and how to find a treatment provider.
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Social Security Disability and Kidney Disease
April 11

Disability is something most people do not like to think about. Studies show there is a 1-in-4 chance of becoming disabled before reaching full retirement age. In this class, you will learn basic information on Social Security Disability benefits and kidney disease.​
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Taking Care of Our Adult Loved Ones
April 24

Family caregivers provide more hands-on care than all services providers combined. Learn about ways to care for Adult Loved Ones, whether it’s your spouse, adult children, or parents, and still care for yourself.​
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Developing a Support System for Your Health
April 25

In this class, you will learn about simple steps you can take to increasing positive and supportive connections for your health journey and daily life.
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