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Screenshot for video: What is a stoma?

What is a stoma?

A short video film describing what different stomas are and there are good diagrams and photos to explain briefly.

Screenshot for video: ERIC- Bedwetting

ERIC- Bedwetting

This film explores the reasons for bedwetting, its impact on 2 young people and their families and explains how the charity ERIC (Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence) helps families …

Learning Aids

Sam has a Stoma colouring book

Sam has a Stoma colouring book

Available from: Sam has a Stoma colouring book

The Colostomy Association's book "Sam has a Stoma" helps young children become familiar with stoma surgery. Designed as a story/colouring book, it provides the child, as well as their siblings, …


Stickman Communication

Stickman Communication

Stickman Communications create brilliantly simple cards to help communicate a variety of conditions/ disabilities. They currently cover; * ASD * Sensory overload * Allergies  * Medical conditions  * Bowel and bladder conditions * Hypermobility and EDS * Migraine * Seizures * POTS /SVT * Visual impairment * Mental Health *…
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Family Resources

ERIC- Constipation advice for parents

0845 370 8008
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Download their fact sheet to find out what parents can do to help resolve constipation.

Over the Wall


Over the Wall is a holiday camp for children who have a serious illness.

Serious Illness Camp

We invite applications from children who are experiencing, or have recently experienced the challenges of a serious or life threatening condition. This includes, but is not limited to-

  • Respiratory conditions (eg Severe Asthma, Chronic Lung disease)
  • Blood disorders (eg Sickle Cell Anaemia, Haemophilia, Aplastic Anaemia)
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders (eg Crohn’s disease, Colitis)
  • Heart Conditions (eg Congenital heart disease)
  • Immunological Disorders (eg Immune Deficiencies)
  • Kidney Disease (eg Nephrotic Syndrome, Polycystic Kidney Disease)
  • Liver Disease (eg Biliary Atresia, Liver Transplant)
  • Neurological Disorders (eg Epilepsy, Spina Bifida)
  • Neuromuscular Disorders (eg Muscular Dystrophy)
  • Autoimmune Diseases (eg Juvenile Arthritis, Lupus, Dermatomyositis)

Children must be between the age of 8 and 17 when attending our camps. Presently, we only accept applications from children living in the UK. The child must be able to function and participate in a group setting with children of a similar age, and must be able to communicate their needs independently. If the child is in a wheelchair they must be able to transfer independently.

Breakaway - residential activity breaks


Breakaway are the UK's only residential weekend activity breaks designed for young people aged 4-18 with bowel and/or bladder diversions/dysfunctions, and their families. 
Breakaway offers the opportunity to meet others in similar situations, to talk, share experiences and to take part in confidence building action adventure activities.