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What  CLAN House Aberdeen offers emotional, practical and social support to all those affected by cancer including family, friends and carers. CLAN House Aberdeen offer carer support, courses for managing stress, help for families, support for young people, teens and children,and help returning to work after cancer, and benefits help.

What  Scottish Cancer Support is a charitable organisation based in East Ayrshire that focuses on providing cancer help and support services to alleviate the hardships that cancer patients and their families experience. Scottish Cancer Support assistance includes offering advice, patient transportation, essential items for the home, financial assistance, respite holidays at Craig Tara Haven Holiday Park.  For full details about the service, please visit the website or call the number provided.

What  Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice offers care to children and young adults up to the age of 25. Families and siblings are also supported through this service. Bluebell Wood sometimes refer families to spend time in the hospice as ‘respite’ or ‘short breaks’. These stays can vary from a night, a week, or longer depending on what works best for you and your family. The Sibling Team provides one-to-one and group support if and when your child needs it. This can mean coming to see them at home or at school.

What   Bolton support group offers support to anyone affected by lymphoma. Attendees can expect a mixture of speakers and discussions on lymphoma-related topics, and an opportunity to share experiences and gain mutual support. If you are going to the group for the first time and would like to talk to someone about it or would like further information about meetings, please call the freephone helpline.  

What   The support group is for current and former oesophageal or stomach cancer patients, their carers and close family members and friends.

Where   Nottingham

Who   Current and former oesophageal or stomach cancer patients, their carers and close family members and friends.

What   The hospital provides a range of specialist health services, including Cancer services for Merseyside, Cheshire and beyond. They are also a centre for clinical research. The Hospitals have two drop in centres for Macmillian cancer support and information services, and a psychology service for cancer. You can contact the Linda McCartney Centre on the ground floor to access these services on 0151 706 3720 or at the Broad Green Hospital 0151 600 1798

What   Lune Valley Physiotherapy is an independent service with 30 years experience working predominantly with people who have or have had cancer. Much of their specialist work is with scarring and tightness after surgery and/or radiotherapy including myofascial release. Patients can access the service anytime from diagnosis and pre treatment, through treatment and recovery, and it can also help during palliative care. Treatment is often a combination of hands on work, movement, exercise, balance and advice, and can hel

What   LiLAC is a charity making an impact on health & wellbeing in the Mid Ulster area and also provides support services to those affected by cancer since 2003. The centre is open Monday to Friday to give information and to signpost to other services available in the area.

What   St Margaret's Hospice Care provides end of life care to those with life-limiting illnesses such as cancer. Through their medical and nursing staff and specialist support services, they provide physical, emotional and spiritual care to patients and their loved ones. They also offer a wide range of complementary therapies, such as aromatherapy, massage, reflexology and diversional therapy for patients.

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What   Cancer Care Centre at York Hospital offers psychological and emotional support for patients and families. There is an information service, access to complementary therapies, benefit and welfare advice and hair loss support. The centre can also advise about local support groups designed to help patient and family members cope with initial diagnosis, during treatment and after; as well as hosting ‘Look Good…Feel Better’ skincare and make-up workshops to help combat the visible side-effects of cancer treatment.