Welcome to the Regina and District Ostomy Society website.

Providing Ostomy Support to Regina and District

If you’re like me, you are here because maybe you, or a family member, or friend has just discovered that they are having ostomy surgery . . . or maybe because you have had your ostomy for a while and want to see what is new. 

  • Step Up for Ostomy
    Step Up for Ostomy

Who We Are

The Regina and District Ostomy Society is a non-profit mutual support society for the benefit of people who have had or are about to have intestinal or urinary diversion surgery.   We are a chapter of the Ostomy Canada Society.

Stoma Stroll Awareness Walk
People

What We Do

01.

— Mission Statement

The Regina and District Ostomy Society is a non-profit mutual support society for the benefit of people who have had or are about to have intestinal or urinary diversion surgery.   We are a chapter of the Ostomy Canada SocietyOur purpose is:

  • To help people with intestinal and/or urinary diversions to lead full and productive lives and to provide information and emotional support to their families and caregivers.
  • To educate the public about intestinal and urinary diversion surgery.
  • To provide trained visitors to those who have undergone intestinal and/or urinary diversions, including preoperative and postoperative visits or phone calls, at the request of the physician or NSWOC (enterostomal therapist).
02.

— Meetings

EVERYONE WELCOME 

For the fall of 2021 we are meeting at 7 pm on September 14.   We’ll also gather on Saturday, October 2nd from 1030-1:30 pm to celebrate World Ostomy day and our awareness and fundraiser for Step Up for Ostomy.  On Saturday December 4th we’ll gather for a Christmas celebration from 11:30 until 2 pm.   We meet in the hall at the Community of Christ Church, 4710 8th Avenue (corner of Arthur and 8th). No meetings are held during the months of January, July, and August).  Hope to see you there.

03.

— Map of Meeting Location

04.

— We Send Kids to Ostomy Canada Youth Camp

Ostomy Canada Youth Camp

A unique and exciting opportunity for young people, between the ages of 9 and 18, with an ostomy or related special needs

05.

— We Provide Visitation to New Patients

We provide lay visiting service, at the request of the physician, patient or Nurse Specialized in Wound, Ostomy and Continence (NSWOC), either pre-operative or post-operative or both. 

06.

— We Participate in the Annual Stoma Stroll

Stoma Stroll Banner 2020

The annual Stoma Stroll Awareness Walk raises awareness about people living with an ostomy in Canada. It also raises funds for Ostomy Canada Society Inc.

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