Complementary Therapy Blog – December 2016

Complementary Therapy Blog – December 2016 Hi everyone, We hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year. Were you spoiled rotten? December saw a hive of activity and functions to attend. At the beginning of December I enlisted and attended a weekend course at the Christie Hospital in Manchester where they have many[…]

World Kidney Day 2016 – Thank You!

I have been working with our young adults with renal problems for over a year now, and I have to say they still manage to surprise and inspire me, day by day. I want to take the opportunity to thank the incredible gang of young people in the Young Adult Renal Network (YARN) who made[…]

Special trips for kidney patients aged 16 -40

Dear All I got an email recently from a charity that supports 16-40 year olds with serious health conditions. They have supported local kidney patients and their loved ones with ‘special days’ over the last few years. If you or someone you know is the right age group and has kidney problems – you are[…]

An update on my adventures :-)

Hi! Well, I’ve been back in the UK from my new smallholding in Spain for a couple of weeks and getting ready to go back in a few weeks again! 🙂 Have updated my website with some pics of my progress over there…. check it out…. www.asturias-smallholding.co.uk In the meantime, I have signed up to[…]

Blog No. 2 – The Race season!

Hi all, I haven’t had chance to blog recently, have been unwell – not kidney related!!! The usual winter coughs and colds but not clearing couldn’t seem to shake them, and then my asthma kicking off as well, only managed to get out mountain biking and hiking a couple of times for leisure rather than[…]

Salford Royal Foundation Trust

Good morning people! Hope everyone has had a top start to the New Year. I signed up for a voluntary job at Salford Royal Foundation Trust yesterday. As far as I’m aware, I’ll be working in and around renal patients who have ‘crash landed’ with kidney failure and giving them a heads up on what[…]

My name is Luke Hooper and I’m 21 years young..

Afternoon people! I’ve only recently joined this website so here’s a bit about me… My name is Luke Hooper and I’m 21 years young. I got diagnosed with Kidney failure April 2012 and went on to Haemodialysis. After nearly a year of ups and downs I was lucky enough to receive a kidney courtesy of[…]

Sam Leight – New to blogging :-)

Hi, I am new to blogging but I think the idea is absolutely fantastic… Its good to hear stories of how other people are coping and the different difficulties individuals face and how they are overcoming them… It also seems to be a brilliant way to support each other when at first we think we[…]