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Old 08-28-2007, 03:58 AM
stepmama stepmama is offline
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I am a stepmother to a boy with spina bifida he is an active boy well into sports, he*is in a wheelchair* and we are still catherizing him he has a EA**at school who does his washroom* he also is not on a bowel routine, my main concern is he is going through puberty*i was wondering if there is any programs that are geared towards teens.**I would like him to be more independent, I feel as he gets towards highschool his social life might suffer if*he still needs someone to take him to the washroom.*
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Old 11-20-2007, 05:59 PM
Skyebandit Skyebandit is offline
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My daughter who is 11 had the cecostomy to control her bowels.* She has just started doing her irrigations herself.* The procedure, along with intermittent cathertization (which she does herself) had given her independance.

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