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National Advisory Service to Parents of Children with a Stoma (NASPCS) - The Charity for Incontinent and Stoma Children

Address

51 Anderson Dr
Valley View Park
Darvel, Ayrshire, KA17 0DE
United Kingdom

Phone

015-603-22024

Fax

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800 Number

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The National Advisory Service to Parents of Children with a Stoma (NASPCS), also known as the Charity for Incontinent and Stoma Children, serves the parents of children who have, for any reason, undergone surgery to create an artificial opening (stoma) to the small intestine (ileostomy), the large intestine (colostomy), or one of the ureters (urostomy). Information booklets, as well as leaflets, are available to help children and their parents understand and cope with conditions that affect the bowels or bladder and require the creation of a stoma. The Charity also helps by making contact between more experienced parents and patients and those who are beginning or about to begin the experience.

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