After stoma surgery, it’s important to learn how to care for your stoma and change your stoma appliance. We've created some picture tutorial booklets and videos on daily stoma care, which you may find helpful.
It is important to know how to change your stoma appliance properly, in order to maintain skin health and ensure optimal comfort and security. Our Care at Home booklets and videos illustrate how to care for your stoma and how to change a one-piece or two-piece stoma appliance.
The booklets include tips and tricks for daily stoma care and illustrate each step of the pouch changing process with colour photos. If you prefer to see a demonstration, you can choose to watch the instructional videos on how to change either a one-piece or a two-piece stoma pouch.
Mother, triathlete, and cross channel swimmer Gill Castle shares her ostomy surgery experiences and explains how coping strategies can have a positive impact on life with a stoma.Read More
Victoria Danson had ostomy surgery as a result of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and now inspires others with her positive outlook on life with a stoma.Read More
Explore what you can expect when you wake up after stoma surgery, as well as during the next few days and weeks.Read More
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