What The North Wales Cancer Patient Forum is a group of local people affected by cancer. They work together with health and social care professionals so that the views and experiences of patients, family and friends can be heard and used to improve cancer care in North Wales. Their website brings together information about cancer services in North Wales and the wide range of local sources of help and support for people affected by cancer.
What National Helpline to anyone affected by bereavement
Who Cruse offers emotional support to anyone affected by bereavement. Trained volunteers are there to help you talk things through. They can also help you find your local Cruse service, or signpost you to other services and useful sources of information.
What ‘Sing with Us’ choirs are for anyone affected by cancer, because we know it can be isolating and stressful. They bring people together, provide a much-needed release, and help them to cope. But as well as being a way for people affected by cancer to find support, friendship and fun, the choirs have a physical benefit too. Tenovus research has shown that our Sing with Us choirs reduce people’s anxiety and depression.
What Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust provides support to women, carers and families affected by cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities, providing information, an 'ask the expert' helpline, and an online forum, as well as opportunities to meet others in a similar situation.
Where Visit the website to find out about events in your area, as well as details of the Helpline and Online Forum: https://www.jostrust.org.uk/support
What The Macmillan cancer information website give advice on diet, healthy eating, preventing weight loss to managing weight gain, keeping active and even has recipe ideas and tips. Anyone who is going through their cancer journey can visit the website at any point in their journey. For more information plese visit the website.
Where Online website.
What Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is the only international cancer support charity that helps women and teenagers manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment. Led by LGFB Beauty Volunteers, the sessions are an opportunity to meet others in a similar situation whilst being taught vital skills such as how to draw on missing eyebrows and eyelashes.
What Nutritionist Resource provides a huge network of nutrition professionals which can help you to create a diet plan to keep your body well nourished and healthy during cancer treatment. To find out more about Nutritional advice surrounding cancer please visit the website. Services are not offered for free.
Where Location varies between each nutritionist, visit the webite to find a nutritionist near you.
What If you have a particular concern about breast cancer or just want to talk, Breast Cancer Care specialist nurses and trained staff are here for you, call the National Breast Cancer Care Helpline on 0808 800 6000.
When Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Late opening Wednesday, 5pm-7pm Saturday, 9am-1pm.
Who Anyone affected who has been affected by a diagnosis of breast cancer.
What Macmillan run a confidential, volunteer-led Information and Support Service. They provide practical advice and signposting to other agencies to supply you with services you require. Macmillan can provide emotional support to anyone who has been affected by cancer, offer support groups, self-help workshops, counselling, welfare and benefits advice and telephone support. The centre has a huge range of information booklets that are free of charge.
If you or anyone you know have been affected by cancer The Macmillan Support Line can help with clinical, practical and financial related information. Macmillian will aim to reply within two working days. Macmillian finds that they help people more by speaking to them on the phone. If you would like to speak to someone, call MacMillian on 0808 808 00 00 (9am-8pm, Monday to Friday).