Category: Just for Kids
If your child self-caths, you might be worried about what their routine will be like when they’re back in school. Take a look at our top tips for heading back to school when using catheters.
Cure has released their latest hydrophilic intermittent catheter just for children! Learn more about this new product and find out how its convenience and comfort might be right for your kid who caths.
As your child continues to grow, they may express that they want to learn to cath on their own. How can you be sure they’re ready? Learn more with our latest blog.
Learn more about ways to help your child become accustomed to using intermittent catheters daily with our latest blog.
As a parent whose child needs to self-cath, their health and their needs are probably at the forefront of your mind. Learn more about an advanced catheter product and see if it could be right for them.
We love our customers! Check out our latest blog to download and print the 180 Medical Kids Club’s Valentine’s Day coloring sheet.
Looking for a camp for your child with spina bifida, spinal cord injury, and other special needs/challenges? Learn more here!
Support your child and get them headed in the right direction to easy, hygienic intermittent self-catheterization with this helpful list of tips.
180 Medical has resources available for family members to help their child understand self-catheterization.
180 Medical offers free self-catheterization instructional material for men, women, boys, and girls in multiple languages.
180 Medical’s self-catheterization instructional book for children have the characters Ethan and Emma help your child learn how to self-catheterize.
A review about a book series called Wendy on Wheels by Angela Ruzicka.