What The Birmingham Drop In Cancer Support Centre is part of the HelpHarryHelpOthers Cancer Charity (www.hhho.org.uk) founded by Harry’s mom Georgie Moseley. The Centre has been created based on the Moseleys' own journey with cancer and aims to offer support outside of treatment. The Centre offers a ‘home from home’ environment to patients and anyone touched by any type of cancer. The service provide advice on housing, benefits, and financial advice.
What St John's Hospice, is an independent charity located within the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth in St John’s Wood.
What The East Midlands Children’s and Young Persons’ Integrated Cancer Service (EMCYPICS) is an integrated service for the investigation of children and young people (0 - 18 years) with suspected cancer and the treatment of those diagnosed with cancer. They also provide emotional and practical support for children and their families. For more information please visit the website.
What The Macmillan Wellbeing Centre provides complementary therapies to patients diagnosed with cancer such as reflexology, reiki, indian head massage, shiatsu, massage. The centre is able to offer psychological and counselling support and also offer a crafts sessions, support groups, meditation, breathing classes and dietican services. The Wellbeing Centre have the support of Bristol CAB, a professional service to answer questions regarding finance and benefits, and how to go about applying for them.
What The Macmillan Prevention and Re-enablement Project focuses on aiding the recovery of cancer patients and improving their wellbeing by providing them with psychological, social and physical support. The organisation offers a range of activities and events including art, dance, film club, French, Qi Gong, new age kurling, singing, skittles, Tai Chi, walking, rugby, Yoga and Zumba Gold.
What The Isle of Wight Cancer Support Centre offers access to professional and confidential counselling, as well as befriending and complementary therapies. These therapies range from reflexology and reiki, to massage and aromatherapy. Services are free of charge to those living with or affected by cancer. The centre also offers a variety of information packets, yoga, seated exercise, mindfulness courses and hosts a number of support groups.
What Maggie's offer emotional, practical and social support to all those affected by cancer including family, friends and carers, including bereavement support, carer support, courses for managing stress, help for families, gardening groups, support for young people, help returning to work after cancer, professional, welfare and benefits help. For a full list of support groups and workshops please visit the website to see what is available at Maggie's in Newcastle.
What Hipheadwear design and manufacture stylish headcovers made in the UK. They design all kinds of headwear for people experiencing hair loss. Hipeadwear have a wide range of women's headscarves, children's headwear, men's beanie's and Picc line covers. Hipheadwear provide a full range of high quality hypo-allergenic designs that can help make you feel confident every day.
What Charis is a cancer care charity that support men and women affected by cancer at every stage of their journey. Charis also assist and support the families and supporters of those living with cancer or any family member bereaved by cancer. The service offer bereavement counselling, EatSmart nutrition workshops, complementary therapies, Yoga, relaxation, financial and benefits advice. For a full list of services please visit the website or call the number provided.
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.