Supporting our users with Wellspect With You

Wellspect With You is our new service offering that combines customer support, product selection and delivery, and peer to peer services. Many of you who use our products and services suffer from bladder or bowel problems, caused by diagnoses such as a spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis or an enlarged prostate. At Wellspect, our products and services are developed together with you, to help solve these continence issues. To give you more time to do what you love to do – more time for life.

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Topics: Bladder and bowel interaction, Transanal irrigation (TAI), Neurogenic bladder, Neurogenic bowel, Bladder management, Bowel dysfunction, Intermittent Catheterization, peer to peer support

Giving thanks to our nurses on International Nurses Day

Despite the challenges caused by the pandemic – around the world, Wellspect, our partners and our distributors have managed to maintain the delivery of our products, and our duty of care to our users. Nurses have been critical to this effort.
We spoke with Sallyanne Haigh, a nurse with our Wellspect UK support team.

Helene and Monica – specialist nurses with Wellspect

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Topics: Intermittent Catheterization, #COVID19, Transanal Irrigation, Nursing

To the top of Mount Meru, Tanzania by wheelchair

We recently shared a blog about Ina Åkerberg and her adventure in reaching the summit of Mount Meru. In this blog, we hear from Lisa Schmidt and Daniel Lebuser, wheelchair users who accompanied Ina on her summit. This time Daniel writes about their incredible journey from a different perspective.

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Topics: Spina Bifida, Intermittent Catheterization

What does a user think of LoFric Sense?

In this interview, Wendy Hovens, a user with MS from Holland, gives her feedback on the LoFric Sense catheter with improved usability for women with reduced hand function.

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Topics: Women's health, Intermittent Catheterization, Multiple Sklerose (MS)

Winner of ESPU Nurses Research Grant 2019

Congratulations to Tinne Van Aggelpoel from the Antwerp University Hospital who submitted the winning application!

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Topics: European Society for Paediatric Urology (ESPU), Study grant, Intermittent Catheterization