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Our goal is to help you develop the skills needed to take care of yourself when you return home after your organ transplant.
Receiving a new organ is a gift, but post-transplant life can be challenging. The goal of this program is to teach you the skills needed to properly take care of yourself when you return home. We will provide guidance on topics such as medications, post-transplant diet, and well water safety.
It's important to include everyone in your recovery.
You need to be patient with your recovery and with yourself.
If you have any questions, contact your Transplant Coordinator at 617-632-9700.
Preparing for Home: Post-Transplant Survival Skills
In this video, Karen, an organ transplant recipient, shares her personal story. She offers valuable advice for other transplant recipients and explains the goals of our post-transplant program.