Macmillan are running some online sessions to help with Self-Management called iHOPE. There are courses scheduled for April, May, September and October. It will require some personal commitment. (Please note that you need to click on the link in the
Right by You is an opportunity for people to get involved, to provide experience, and help build a new and more joined up process for supporting cancer patients. If you’re interested you need to let them know by Friday 19th
Macmillan are keen to hear from you if you have been affected by disruption to your cancer treatment during the coronavirus pandemic and you can take part in their survey here. By sharing your story, you can help Macmillan make
Many exercises can be done sitting down if you have mobility issues. Here are some on YouTube from a Macmillan Move More instructor: Warm up; Lower Body; Upper Body; Core Strengthening.
A quick reminder that the following support is still available from Macmillan: the Support Line Service is open 7 days a week 8am to 8pm – call free on 0808 808 00 00 the Telephone Buddies scheme is back, for
Macmillan need your support – this is what they have to say: Cancer care is at a tipping point. During the first wave of the Covid pandemic, thousands of vital cancer appointments, surgeries and treatments were cancelled. We are extremely
This may be something to consider in helping you through your cancer journey. This is what Glen has to say. A couple of years ago, Anna and I decided to attend a ‘Cancer Festival’. Turned out to be one of
The new website ‘Cancer Matters’, sponsored by the Wessex Cancer Alliance in collaboration with the Dorset Cancer Partnership and Macmillan Cancer Support, has been launched to provide information for cancer patients who want to know how Coronavirus (COVID-19) will impact
You may be worrying about cancer treatment during the current Covid-19 pandemic. We’ve received this letter from the lead cancer nurse at Dorset County Hospital which may help to set your minds at rest.
As cancer patients and carers, we may have extra worries about the coronavirus pandemic and how it might affect us and our treatment. Macmillan Cancer Support have this advice on their website.