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A diagnosis of kidney failure doesn't have to mean quitting your job. If you are on dialysis and want to work, or need to work, there are ways to make it work! Award-winning clinical social worker Mary Beth Callahan of the Dallas Transplant Institute presents “Staying Employed with Kidney Disease.” Join us to learn about:
- Making plans and goals when you have kidney disease
- The best way to have insurance
- Social Security Work Incentives
- Treatment choices that support employment.
Speaker: Mary Beth Callahan, ACSW, LCSW
Mary Beth Callahan is Senior Social Worker at Dallas Transplant Institute. She works with chronic kidney disease patients, as well as pre- and post-transplant recipients, and has authored numerous articles and presented on a multitude of topics. She currently serves on the Board of the Society for Transplant Social Workers, is past Chair of CNSW and an Emeritus Life Options Rehabilitation Advisory Council member. She was the 2015 NKF/Council of Nephrology Social Workers Robert W. Whitlock Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient.