Kidney CARE

Improving quality of life for patients with CKD through Collaboration, Action, Research and Education.

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What We Do





My Vascular Access App

Kidney CARE’s unique My Vascular Access app uses patient-specific factors – such as vascular anatomy, age, and functional status – to analyze the most appropriate vascular access treatment for each patient.

Try it online or dowload the free app today!


The Kidney CARE Cookbook is a beautifully designed, kidney-friendly resource for both patients and their families. It allows you to balance the dietary restrictions of living with CKD with your love of great food. The Kidney CARE Cookbook presents 100 delicious recipes in a clear and easy-to-follow format. But best of all, every recipe is dietician-approved as kidney-friendly.

By The Numbers

Litres of blood received by your kidneys in an hour

Canadians being treated for kidney failure

Healthy Kidneys Checklist


Active and Fit

According to the National Kidney Foundation, “Exercise benefits those with kidney disease by improving muscle function, lowering blood pressure, lowering cholesterol, keeping a healthy body weight and improving sleep.”

Control Your

Blood Sugar

If your have diabetes, one of the most important things you can do is keep your blood sugar within your target range. By controlling your blood sugar levels, you give yourself the best chance to slow down or even stop damage to your kidneys.

Monitor Your

Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is one of the major causes of chronic kidney disease. At the same time, kidney disease can cause high blood pressure. No matter which came first, having high blood pressure damages the tiny blood vessels in the kidneys.

Eat A

Healthy Diet

Having a balanced and high quality diet is essential in all stages of kidney disease. Most kidney-friendly diets limit sodium, pottasium and phosphates, but you should consult a registered kidney dietician or health care provider.

The Journey - Finding Life Again