She married at l8yrs.and had a daughter Elaine, but war threatened and her skies darkened as they did for all. When her husband died suddenly, she decided to join her two sisters who had married American soldiers during the war and who had settled in Los … [Read More...]
Mission StatementThe Ostomy Association of Los Angeles (OALA) is a non-profit, volunteer-based support association dedicated to improving the quality of life of anyone who has or will have an intestinal or urinary diversion. OALA provides emotional support, education, information, networking opportunities and advocacy to its members, their families, the medical community, and general public in Los Angeles and surrounding communities. OALA is an Affiliated Support Group of the United Ostomy Associations of America.
Newsletter – Oct-Nov-Dec 2018
There will be times after surgery when you may feel low, discouraged or even depressed. You may feel alone and isolated, even unable to enjoy life again. These are common feelings. Serious illness, medication, hospitalization, and the surgery itself, all … [Read More...]