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Professional Classes

Classes are held on the
3rd Sunday of each month via zoom at 3pm EST!

Hear From The Best

 

 

 

Our goal in the kidney community is to educate ourselves and others about kidney disease and

take an active part in managing the level of care and the outcomes.  N.B.K.F. has a team of

professionals (below) that give sound information from their area of expertise at our monthly

support group classes/meetings:

Pharmacists – identify the importance of taking medicine on time, and explain how and

why they're taken.

Nutritionists – teach the kidney community about the "right" foods to eat. 

Sports Coaches – focus on how strengthening the body can help keep the body mobile; maintaining healthy kidney function.

Social Workers- assist patients with knowledge of needs and opportunities.

Kidney Donors – provide information and instruction on how to be a donor or sign up as a donor. 

Kidney Recipients– provide information and instruction on how to find help for resources. 

 

Licensed Therapists- (mental wellness group discussions) lead group discussions while supporting

fellowship with others dealing with the similar/same issues.

   

Please feel free to contact us for more information  at (470) 344-NBKF (6253)

Aspects of a Donor
Did You Know?

The two main causes of chronic kidney disease are diabetes and high blood pressure.

DID YOU KNOW EARLY DETECTION CAN HELP PREVENT THE  PROGRESSION OF KIDNEY DISEASE !

FREE CLASSES YOU DARE NOT MISS! 

Monthly Support Classes meet every 3rd Sunday!

 

Open to the public, focusing on the kidney community and those with conditions that can lead to kidney diseases. 

 

Let's all get informed, take control and be our best self-advocate concerning our personal health!

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