Our Services

These are just a few of the services that we provide

Specialist services for patients, carers, their families and anyone who is affected by cancer.
Complementary therapies include Reiki Healing, Massage, Indian Head Massage, Reflexology, Relaxation and Meditation Classes.
The benefit of these therapies to cancer patients, their families and carers are well understood, we know this through the positive feedback from those who have participated. 
We have dedicated complementary therapy days and Chill Out Days and we are continuously adding new workshops - why not suggest one?

Bereavement counselling:
On site at our centre or visiting clients in their own homes if they are unable to come to the centre.

Befriending Support service for cancer patients and carers:

This service is provided 7 days a week and we provide…

  • trained volunteers to help patients and carers better manage their situation
  • identification of the needs of the patients and carers with possible solutions
  • organised breaks for informal carers (through partnership)

Support groups:

We currently have 3 support groups running. The following groups are open to anybody that had been affected by cancer. This includes patients, carers, relatives and those who have become bereaved. If you would like to know specific dates for the support groups or any further information, please contact the centre.

Coffee morning:

Our Monday Coffee Morning's are for anyone who has been affected by cancer. This takes place at the Centre every Monday between 10:30am-12pm. It provides the opportunity for them to have a general chat, or if they wish, to talk and share their experiences with others and chat about general topics. Once a month we have a guest speaker or a social outing is organised.

MOT Male group:

On the third Wednesday of each month we have a M.O.T support group which is specifically for men that have been affected by cancer, in particular prostate cancer. It provides an opportunity to talk, share and learn from their experiences of others and have a general chit chat.

Back to work group:

This takes place on the first Thursday of each month. It is aimed to support those who are thinking of returning to work, or that have returned to work but feel that they would like to be in touch with others who understand some of the difficulties that patients or carers may experience.

More about groups

Library & Internet access:

Understanding what is happening to your body is an important part of dealing with the diagnosis/prognosis. The CCC has a library of books, leaflets and videos that is constantly expanded to cover as many clinical areas as practically possible and also has specific information for children and minority groups.

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