Aleesha’s stoma has prolapsed causing her severe pain that led to six hospital admissions in the space of just eight weeks. In this blog, she shares what it was like to experience this during the pandemic.
Billie used to ride ponies before she became unwell and had stoma surgery. She’s promised herself she’ll get back in the saddle one day, but for now she is more than happy to walk her neighbour’s dog, Beau, and is feeling grateful for the positive affect Beau has had on her.
Sophie is a Community Stoma Care Nurse whose way of working has been dramatically impacted during the coronavirus pandemic. In this blog she shares what’s changed, and how she is still managing to provide the best possible care for her stoma patients.
Katie has found inspiration and encouragement from her fellow ostomates online during the coronavirus pandemic. Here she provides an overview of her favourite influencers and shares why finding positivity is so important.