Living with a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

Life after SCI creates circumstances most people rarely think about

Life after SCI may involve:

  • Accessible home adaptations and an adaptive vehicle, wheelchair lift, or ramps
  • Outside support, assistance, and medical care
  • Bowel and bladder management

We are committed to helping empower those who use our products with the independence to maintain a rewarding and dignified life. Intermittent self-catheterization (ISC) is the gold standard for emptying your bladder.

We know ISC is often overlooked, and that information on it is hard to find. That’s why we are shedding a light on stories, thoughts, and experiences that aren’t usually discussed. We want to increase understanding of self-catheterisation and empower more people – now and in the future

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Join us together with Sue Lennon in our series of live conversations covering family, fertility, self-confidence, and modern life dating and partnerships

Anita talks about why self-confidence is so important.

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Layth talks about investing in his relationship for a positive outcome.

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Ian talks about modern life, dating, and new relationships.

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Kris talks about modern life, dating, and new relationships.

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Shaun talks about family and fertility after spinal cord injury.

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Lena McAllister shares her mantra: If you can’t stand up – STAND OUT!


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Watch this video about Shaun Gash’s life journey and learn how Intermittent Self-Catheterization helped improve his quality of life

Interested in Intermittent Self-Catheterization but not sure which product is right for you?

We deliver free product samples right to your door, to help you find the catheter that is best suited to your needs.


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