Our Featured Profile of the Week is
Paul's Cancer Support Centre
March is #ProstateAwarenessMonth so we thought that we would feature the amazing …
Paul’s Cancer Support Centre who enable people affected by cancer, through community-based care and support, to find new strength, resilience and their own way of coping with the challenges cancer brings.
Allowing for the fact that at this moment contact is restricted the information below is based on times when those restrictions have been lifted. Through a network of dedicated staff and volunteers they offer a variety of one to one sessions, self management classes, one off workshops and well being activities including: – counselling, befriending, information, either face-to-face or on the phone, massage, mindfulness, yoga, healthy eating workshops, singing groups, home visits to housebound people and those who are terminally ill.
Find out more about them and the amazing difference they make to people, when life is challenged by cancer, by clicking the link below.
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