Don’t make your organ donation decision a guessing game
Organ donation stories
Donating a kidney to my dad
A 17-year–old CBeebies star has thanked a cornea transplant for allowing her to see light again.
A 36-year old nurse from Mold, says his kidney and pancreas transplant means that after years, he no longer needs to inject insulin.
I hope my story encourages people to talk about organ donation
My transplant gave me freedom
I knew I needed to beat this disease
Life changing donation
A lifesaving phone call
Looking to the future
Cornea donations continue late husband’s legacy.
What it’s like to ask a grieving family for their loved ones’ organs.
After three transplants, a Builth Wells man could face a lifetime of dialysis.
A day in the life of a transplant surgeon
Share your organ donation decision, no matter what your age.
Organ failure can affect anyone.
Life goes on.
A second chance to live a life full of adventure.
Charity football club to helps raise awareness of organ donation.
Make a decision, register it, and tell your family
Find out how organ donation is handled in Wales and record your decision to opt in or out.
Don’t let there be any confusion concerning your organ donation decision when you die.
Make a decision, register it, and then tell your family.
- If your decision is to opt in and become a donor
Make sure you tell your family you want to be a donor so they can always support it, you can also register your decision.
- If your decision is to opt out and not become a donor
Tell your family you do not want to donate, you can also register your decision.
- If your decision is to do nothing, you will be treated as having no objection to being a donor and your consent will be deemed
Tell your family you want to be a donor so they can always support it.
If a family does not know what their relative wanted, they are far less likely to support your decision about organ donation.
Whatever you do make sure your decision is known - don’t let organ donation be a guessing game.