What The Cancer Services Team at the Douglas Macmillan Oncology Unit provides treatment for patients through surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Working together with St Margaret’s Hospice, they also provide palliative care services. The service have a team of co-ordinators who track patients with suspected cancer from their referral by GP to first treatment to ensure that all tests and appointments are undertaken quickly.
What Dimbleby Cancer Care offers a range of help and support for people with cancer, their carers and families, including information and advice, psychological support, specialist welfare benefits advice, complementary therapies and support groups. Complementary therapies on offer range from relaxation and stress mangement courses, acupuncture, reflexology, and reiki. Dimbleby also host monthly Look Good Feel Better make up workshops, please contact Dimbleby to book your place.
What Cancer Support Yorkshire services are free to access and completely confidential. The Wellbeing service provided is there to help with the emotional and physical effects of a cancer diagnosis. Cancer Support Yorkshire offer a wide range of complementary therapies such as hypnotherapy, bowen technique, reiki, aromatherapy and more please visit the website for full list. Cancer Support Yorkshire also offer a wide range of support groups, including mind body and art sessions, and a carers group including bereavement support.
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 The Myton Hospices in Rugby, Coventry, and Warwick provide end of life care to those with life-limiting illnesses such as cancer. Their services include an inpatient unit, day hospice, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, counselling, children and teen services, complementary therapies, spiritual care, clinical psychology, and hairdressing. They also provide a variety of services for carers/families; for a full list please visit their website.
Where Myton Lane, Warwick.
What The aim of the Manchester prostate support group is to provide a safe and confidential environment, for men and their partners or supporters to discuss their concerns or experiences with other gay and bisexual men dealing with prostate cancer. Trans women affected by prostate cancer are also welcome. As some people ay not be able to travel to Manchester to attend meetings, attendees are welcome totake part usig Skype. (username/owprostateca)
What Big C Centre, King's Lynn provides emotional, practical and social support to all those affected by cancer. They offer a variety of cancer related information and services such as scarf tying, complementary therapies counselling family support, relaxtation group, herb and nutrition group and men's cancer group. Some of their services are by appointment only, so please visit their website to find out more.
Where Located in North West Norfolk.
What Cancer Black Care (CBC) provides a support service to ALL members of the community, who are affected by cancer. CBC offer a safe confidential, neutral place, where service users, carers and families and friends can meet to support each others cultural and emotional needs. CBC advise on general welfare benefits advocacy, counselling, family support, grant applications, monthly coffee mornings and dietry needs. Please check the website for a full list of services.
What Annabel's Angels is a cancer charity which aims to give support to families during their cancer journey. They provide financial support to families in Derby to improve quality of life, such as through travel costs, holistic therapies, payment for home childcare, cancer-specific devices, and holidays.
Where 4 Charnwood Street, Derby.
What Warwickshire 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.