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Max Aug 5
Just for you Everyday I share images that I have captured in my garden. I started as a way to cope with my Cancer treatment, more recently as a way of coping with the isolation caused by COVID 19
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ColostomyUK Aug 7
Tidings is our award winning magazine. It's full of real life stories, practical advice on living with a , all the latest from Colostomy UK and much more! to receive your regular copy just register your details with us
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Sahara Fleetwood-Beresford 🐝💩 Aug 5
I just heard it's !! Maybe I subconsciously knew this morning, when I decided I needed to be bright because I wasn't feeling it 🌟 Full briefs for me - always! How about you?
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ColostomyUK Aug 9
We're still here to support you twenty four hours a day seven days a week. Our Helpline, support booklets, digital copies of Tidings magazine, and social media platforms will make sure that whatever you need we'll have you covered. Find out more at
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ColostomyUK Aug 7
We're creating a 2020 Lockdown memory quilt to record ostomates experience of living with a during the Coronavirus lockdown. We've already had some wonderful submissions and we're accepting squares until the end of Oct . Find out more...
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Libby Herbert Aug 7
Have you got a & work on the frontline as a paramedic? If yes, would you be willing to talk to someone who is possibly going to have please email me if you can help libby.herbert@colostomyuk.org Thank you ☺️
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Eddie Docherty Aug 8
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Sahara Fleetwood-Beresford 🐝💩 Aug 10
"Ian Walker, from Worcester, is taking on the challenge in a bid to raise cash for Worcester Street Cafe, and which supports people with an and helps them regain confidence." AMAZING !! 👏💜
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Fittleworth Medical Aug 9
Fish is often unnecessarily avoided by those with , and this delicious sea bass recipe is exactly why it shouldn't be... 😋😍
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The World Council of Enterostomal Therapists Aug 10
is providing documentations such as guidelines, webinars, and definitions in order to promote , & care worldwide. ➡️You can find the list of our current educational material and the way to get them on our website ⬅️
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Salts Healthcare Ltd Aug 6
Next up in our series is Sarah, who is 34 and lives with an ileostomy. Sarah has had a tough time battling ulcerative colitis, but surgery has given her a whole new lease of life. Read her full story at:
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Fittleworth Medical Aug 6
Living with an or internal pouch can often be difficult, for a number of reasons. Do you have any advice on how to overcome these challenges?
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ColostomyUK Aug 10
With a new block of sessions starting next month tells us how our at Home Virtual Art sessions have benefited her during lockdown.
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The Patient Coach Program Aug 7
"One of the most rewarding parts of being a Patient Coach is the ability to support others that are facing challenges that you have as a chronic illness warrior." -Sarah Vasilakos,
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Bullen Healthcare 22h
NaScent isn't like other deodorants. Rather than masking the smell with another smell, NaScent eliminates it - like magic! Try a free sample today and see for yourself.
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Sardaran Carol Ahmed Aug 8
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Online Ostomy Aug 10
Both Judith Drew and her husband, from Skegness, require colostomy bags and need easy access to a toilet when they go out.
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The Patient Coach Program Aug 10
"You may not be helping everyone in the world, but the ones that you do support, your help can change that person’s world." -Megan Alloway, 💜 How do you support others?
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ColostomyUK Aug 8
Don’t forget that the full series of ‘Active Ostomates: at Home’ chair yoga videos are available on our website now. Together they provide a great weekly work out from the comfort of your own home
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Salts Healthcare Ltd 14h
“Embrace the days you can be fearless to get you through the days you can't. Not every day is easy, especially with a stoma. But you are strong, bold and gorgeous!” - an inspiring mantra from Sarah who has shared her story at:
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