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Resources and Information

Below are links to great websites for support, information and products. Do you have a link to share? Contact us with your suggestion!

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The Oley Foundation gives people information, tools, advice, and tips for living better on home IV and tube feedings.

Visit: http://oley.org/

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The Youth Rally, a summer camp operated by the Youth Rally Committee (YRC) strives to provide a positive support network that highlights independence and individuality as tools youths can use to regain confidence and a sense of belonging. The YRC is devoted to providing a positive atmosphere of support, learning, and personal growth for youths with bowel and/or bladder dysfunction.

Visit: http://www.youthrally.org/

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Free, personalized websites that support and connect loved ones during critical illness, treatment, and recovery.

Visit: http://www.caringbridge.org/

MMIHS

MMIHS.ORG is a site dedicated to increasing awareness of Megacystis Microcolon Intestinal Hypoperistalsis Syndrome and providing support and resources for those affected by it.

Visit: http://www.mmihs.org/

The Phoenix is America’s leading ostomy patient magazine providing colostomy, ileostomy, urostomy and continent diversion information, management techniques, new products and much more.

Visit: http://www.phoenixuoaa.org/

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The Safety Sleeper™ is a patented, FDA registered, fully enclosed bed system for children and adults with special needs. It is easily assembled / disassembled, and therefore portable. A number of customization options such as multi-functional access holes for feeding tubes,  pulse-ox sensors or monitors are available to further accommodate special needs.

Visit: www.thesafetysleeper.com