The latest newsletter from the Dorset Cancer Partnership with details of events and the progress being made on several projects.
The Dorset Macmillan Cancer Information project aims to ensure that people affected by cancer are able to access information in the right place, in the right way and at the right time for their levels of need. They need help
Our cancer rehabilitation exercise scheme has been running at the Osprey Leisure Centre in Portland for 5 months now and over 30 people have already benefited. C’Siders and other friends provide voluntary support by handling the registration process and setting up
C’Siders recently had a talk about the Dorset Care Record which gave us the opportunity to ask questions about it. It is a new confidential computer record that will hold complete and up-to-date information which can be accessed by health
The Dorset Cancer Partnership is a collaboration between local NHS, voluntary and local authority organisations. They are working together to provide a joined up approach to cancer services across Dorset. This DCP Newsletter June 2018 will provide updates on developments in those
Don’t forget this re-arranged event! C’Siders will be helping by marshalling one of the sections round Lodmoor. We need to be at the briefing point at Lodmoor by 7am. If you can help, please get in touch as soon as possible.
You may already have heard something about the Dorset Care Record or seen leaflets in GP surgeries. At present, health and social care organisations in Dorset hold different sets of records about you. Information in different records may be duplicated
The new Cancer Rehabilitation Exercise Scheme at the Osprey Leisure Centre will start on 2 May 2018 at 11:15am. It is aimed at cancer patients and will be run by Dawn, a qualified Level 4 Cancer Rehab Exercise specialist. If
Come and join the fun and get some exercise too.
We were really pleased to be awarded £2300 by Weymouth and Portland Borough Council in their recent Community and Voluntary Sector Grant Fund. See the report in the Dorset Echo. This will go towards setting up and running the new