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The National Association for Colitis and Crohn's Disease (NACC)

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Diversions Family Support Network

Based in the North West of England. We arrange fun days out and regular meet ups for families with young people who have bladder or bowel diversions / dysfunctions

Mission
Supporting families with a child / young person with a bladder or bowel diversion / stoma or dysfunction. Our aim is to build confidence and enable children and families to have a more positive outlook on life's little ups and downs. We provide support for families by offering opportunities to connect and share experiences.

Description

Colostomy Association

Wessex Urology Support Group (WUSG)

There are approximately 11,000 urostomates in the UK with an average of 2,000 new ones created each year.
Wessex Urology Support Group (W.U.S.G.) offers help, advice and support to all Urinary Diversion Patients.
Our aim is to relieve, assist and help any person suffering from any condition that directly or indirectly affects the bladder and in particular those persons who have undergone, or are about to undergo urological surgery for urinary diversion in the area of Wessex and to improve their quality of life and that of those who care for them.

Urostomy Association

Our Aims

To assist those who are about to undergo or who have undergone surgery which results in a urinary diversion, such as a urostomy, continent urinary pouch or neo bladder To assist carers in the rehabilitation of people with a urinary diversion. To improve the quality of life of people who have undergone urinary diversion surgery and those who care for them. To undertake such research as the Membership feels is necessary to enhance the life of members.

Urostomy Association

The Ileostomy and Internal Pouch Support Group - Young IA

Young IA aims to support the association’s younger members, and other young people, either pre-surgery or post-surgery, who undergo either an ileostomy or an internal pouch operation.

The Young IA co-ordinator serves on the association’s National Executive Committee to represent the interest of its young members. It is the responsibility of this person to identify the needs of those young members and ensure that IA is meeting those needs. At present IA's young members are defined as those under the age of 40.

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