July 10 2020
The summer holidays are here, and while this year may look a little different with not much possibility to travel far or abroad, you may still be planning to enjoy your summer vacation by travelling locally.
Regardless of where you are going and what you're doing, any type of travel and change to your routine comes with the same questions: Will I be there in time? Did I remember to pack my phone charger? Did I unplug the iron?
Some travellers will also be asking themselves: Will I be able to find a disabled toilet? Did I pack enough catheters? How will I get past customs with my catheters and medicine?
Especially for you, we put together a checklist to ease the stress.
After having sustained a spinal cord injury in a diving accident, Michael Kerr needed to find a new way of managing his bladder. With an ongoing international sports career he needed a flexible solution, easy to bring on his travels all over the world.Read More
Daniel Jenkins needs to be out in his town every day. As a pastor, he supports his community and often makes home visits. Paralysed after an operation 12 years ago, Daniel lost sensation in his lower abdomen, including bladder control. In this post, he explains how an all-in-one catheter kit gives him peace of mind and allows him to fulfil his obligations.Read More
November 15 2017
Michael Kerr, of the Great Britain Rio Olympics rugby wheelchair team, talks about how an all-in-one catheter kit fits in with the life of a travelling athlete.Read More
October 12 2017
Why is it needed?
I live an active life, travelling a lot, and sometimes I find myself in places without accessible toilets. That is when I appreciate using an all-in-one kit.
I prefer a kit over separate components that must be assembled, especially when I’m travelling as it greatly reduces the risk of leakage - Kent