Welcome to the KidneyCare:365 Community

The KidneyCare:365 Community is an online forum where you can share experiences, ask questions, and find support from others going through similar experiences. Anyone whose life is touched by chronic kidney disease (CKD) is welcome here. From people at risk of developing CKD to those who have been on dialysis for years, you can find people at all stages of their kidney care journey. You’ll also find care partners, family members, and others who are supporting a friend or loved one. You can compare notes, share stories, and even learn more about what to expect from people who have been in your shoes.

Topics and discussions

In our online forum, you’ll find a variety of topics with discussions you can read and comment on. If you have a question, you might try searching through the community to see if anyone has asked a similar question before. If you don't see a topic you'd like to discuss with the community, you can request that topic be added. 

Connect and learn about topics like:
  • Kidney Disease
  • Dialysis Treatment Options
  • Peritoneal Dialysis
  • Home Hemodialysis
  • In-Center Hemodialysis
  • Kidney Transplant
  • New to Dialysis
  • Diet and Exercise 
  • Kidney Function Labs
  • Coping and Support
  • Caregivers and Family
  • Share Your Thrive On Story
  • Travel 
  • Costs & Insurance
Within these topics, you'll find people sharing support, helpful tips, and more. You can take comfort in discussion with others, and learn from people with different perspectives and experiences.

What else can I find in the community?

In addition to being able to see all of the discussion topics, you’ll have a personalized feed of updates to the discussions you’ve selected to be part of. You also have an inbox for private messages. If you want, you can send and receive messages directly with other members of the community. 

Learning, connecting and sharing knowledge

We created this community to bring together people from all over who have a shared experience. It’s a place to connect, learn, and empathize. 
  • You can read others’ experiences. For example, what can you expect when you get “the call” about a potential kidney transplant?
  • You can make connections. If you’re on home dialysis, you can use the community to connect with people on home dialysis and others on their kidney care journey.
  • You can share your own stories. Sharing the things that you wish you knew starting out can support and inspire others who are in that position now. Sometimes your experiences can help other people in ways you might not expect or realize.

  • The KidneyCare:365 Community is a unique place for people sharing similar journeys. Being able to connect with people who know what you're going through firsthand is a powerful experience—that can make a world of difference.


Your support network just got a lot bigger. No matter where you are in your kidney care journey, you can visit the KidneyCare:365 Community to make meaningful connections. Just sign up to get started.  
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