Jill is actively involved in the running of support group meetings and also provides invaluable advice and support in other areas of CESA too.
Jill had CES several years ago and uses her personal experience to educate others and bring awareness to the condition.
She was asked to give a presentation at MASCIP Conference in November 2018 (Multidisciplinary Association for Spinal Cord Injury Professionals), about her neurogenic bowel, how it has changed her life and the difficulties it has left her with.
Jill says she feels ‘privileged to be part of the volunteer support team at CESA’. We are the lucky ones!
Feel free to attend one of our events where you can receive help and support.