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SUPPORT

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The Bowel Movement.


Website

Email


www.thebowelmovement.co.uk

gastronautsrus@gmail.com

Provide anatomically-correct ostomate ventriloquist puppets

to ostomate children worldwide.

Information portal for anyone who has, or is about to have an ostomy.





Crohn’s In Childhood Research Association,

(CICRA),

Parkgate House,

356 West Barnes Lane,

Motspur Park,

Surrey.

KT3 6NB








Website

Email

Telephone

www.cicra.org

support@cicra.org

0208 949 6209

Dedicated to creating a wider understanding of Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis, as it affects children and young adults.







Diversions -

Linking Families Together.









Website

Email

Telephone


www.diversions.org.uk

diversions@live.co.uk

07816 513 889

Support network for families, who have a child or young person, with a bladder and/or bowel diversion or dysfunction.






Breakaway,

P.O. Box 7982,

Swadlincote,

Derbyshire.

DE11 1FB







Website

Email

Telephone

Mobile


www.breakawayfoundation.org.uk

info@breakawayfoundation.org.uk

01283 240 253

07903 220 040

Organise weekend activity breaks for young people, who have

a bowel and/or bladder disorder, and their families.

Putting Smiles On

Young Faces.

UK

PAEDIATRIC







Paediatric Stoma Nurse Group,

(PSNG).







Website

Email



Paediatric Stoma Nurse Group

psng.info@gmail.com


UK group of paediatric nurses, who provide support for children and their families before, during and after stoma surgery.







Contact A Family,

209-211 City Road,

London,

EC1V 1JN.







Website

Email

Freephone -

call back service offered

www.cafamily.org.uk

helpline@cafamily.org.uk

0808 808 3555

National charity supporting the families of disabled children, whatever their condition or disability - over 30 years’ experience.








KIDS,

7-9 Elliott’s Place,

London.

N1 8HX







Website

Email

Telephone


www.kids.org.uk

info@kids.org.uk

0207 359 3635

Making a life-changing difference to the lives of disabled

children and young people, along with their families.


Regional Offices





Junior Ostomy Support Helpline,

Colostomy Association,

Enterprise House,

95 London, Street,

Reading,

Berkshire.

RG1 4QA








Website

Email

Telephone

Helpline

www.colostomyassociation.org.uk

josh@colostomyassociation.org.uk

0118 939 1537

0800 328 4257 (available 24/7)


Support for parents and carers of young people living with a

stoma and other bowel and bladder dysfunctions.