What A private cancer treatment centre offering cancer diagnostics, treatment and wellbeing services. GenesisCare work closely with leading health professionals and invest in the latest techniques. Patients can expect to receive personalised care and a treatment plan that includes approaches such as Penny Brohn UK wellbeing therapies and exercise medicine.
Head and Neck Cancer
What Patient forum is a group of local people living with cancer. The website brings together information about cancer services in north Wales and a wide range of local sources of help to support and to connect people with services such as emotional support, spiritual, support groups, hospice day units, support for carers, transport and travel, complementary therapy and more. For more information please visit the website
Where North Wales
Who Anyone can access the service
What The Pembroke Dock Support Centre offers a secure environment for meetings and for one to one contact, where information and / or support can be given. Personal and Telephone callers are welcome. The centre provide Macmillian cancer reading materials such a treatment options and more. No appointments are required. The centre hold chat and craft sessions on a Monday and relaxation classes held Tuesdays and Thursdays. The centre is closesd on Wednesdays. The Centre also have their own charity shop. Please visit the website for more information.
What Cancer Aid Merthyr Tydfil is a charity that provides a free service to those whose lives have been touched by cancer. The centre offers a drop in centre for information and advice and is open from 9.00am to 5pm Monday to Friday. During that time, patients can drop in, access information, have a cup of tea, and register to access all the services on offer. Cancer Aid provide a door to door voluntary transport service for cancer patients living in Merthyr Tydfil.
What Charity providing real hair wigs to children and young people with hair loss, and funding vital research into childhood cancer. More information can be found on its website.
Who Children, young people affected by cancer
What Cancer support centre that supports local people and their families living with cancer. The Aurora centre at Doncaster infirmiry offer a package of free beauty and complementary therapy treatments to local people, designed for both men and women, who have had a diagnosis of cancer. The centre also provide two treatments to the main carer, such services include massage, reiki, wax, manicure, pedicure, facial, feel good workshops, tinting and more.
What Maples Cancer Care provides free care and support to Rotherham people who have been diagnosed with cancer, and also provides the same support to their main carer. The service is there to help people to cope and improve their quality of their life whilst living through or after a cancer diagosis. The trained and experienced staff understand the effects cancer can have on people’s lives and are used to working with people at all stages of their illness.
What Hospice providing specialist end of life care to people with life-limiting illnesses, as an in-patient or at home. Additional services include emotional and spiritual support, complementary therapies, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, social care, as well as guidance on managing medicines. Please see the website for details.
Where St Luke's Hospice, Sheffield
What Clifford House is Part of St Lukes Hospice and is a new facility run by St Luke’s for anyone in Sheffield affected by an illness that has no cure. No medical care or clinical treatment is offered at Clifford House. There are a plethora of activities to take part in including creative writing dancing for health, cookery classes, positive thinking, indoor bowls, morning yoga,complementary thearpy and more, as well as citizen advice and information sessions.
What Life After Cancer brings people together who have finished cancer treatment with an aim to increase their well-being. The support they receive reduces the risk of serious mental distress and helps them to build a positive life after their cancer experience. Spaces are facilitated by ICF qualified coaches who have their own personal experience of cancer treatment. Support is offered through one to one coaching sessions, workshops, support groups and yoga classes - helping individuals get from where they are now, to where they want to be.