There are several charitable and social enterprise organisations who can provide further impartial advice and guidance for you or those you care for, including:
Free National Confidential Helpline managed by a team of Specialist Nurses and Continence Product Information staff, who can be contacted on the National Confidential Bladder and Bowel UK helpline (0161 607 8219) or via email firstname.lastname@example.org supported by Disabled Living Foundation and is a not for profit organisation.
Social Enterprise which helps support the millions of people in the UK who are living with conditions that affect their bladder or bowel. Whether you have a condition yourself or are a relative, friend or carer of someone who does then you’ll find all the support, information, guidance and help you need.
ERIC, The children’s bowel and bladder charity, is the only charity dedicated to helping all children and teenagers manage and overcome distressing continence conditions. ERIC provides expert support, information and understanding to children and young people and enables parents, carers and professionals to help children establish good bowel and bladder health for life. For our freephone helpline call 0808 169 9949 and for general enquiries call 0117 960 3060.
NHS Choices website giving a useful overview of Bowel incontinence.
Patient.co.uk is one of the most trusted independent medical resources in the UK.
We are Colostomy UK. Here if you have questions, need support or just want to talk to someone who lives with a stoma.
The Association of Continence Advice (ACA) is a multi-professional association open to all health and allied care professionals.
Membership organisation for stoma nurses.
The talk health bowel conditions forum for advice and support.
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