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Travelling on home haemodialysis

For many of those on dialysis, being able to travel is an important part of maintaining their lifestyle and wellbeing. Fortunately, it is still possible to travel, even if you are receiving home haemodialysis treatment.

Before you start your trip, you will need to take the proper precautions to ensure you have the right treatment plan in place. You’ll also need to work in collaboration with your dialysis healthcare team to help you stay healthy, even while you are away from home.

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Big Red Kidney Bus

The Big Red Kidney Bus makes it possible for people on haemodialysis to enjoy a much-needed holiday. Read more about eligibility, locations, dates and how to book your spot on our Big Red Kidney Bus page.

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Riding the tide of dialysis

Riding the tide of dialysis shows how you can travel in a caravan equipped with a haemodialysis machine.