Supporting someone with cancer

Our professionals are dedicated and qualified to guide those caring for someone with cancer and who have questions about how to best support someone with cancer. We are also a safe and considerate space to find support for yourself during this time.

I am feeling…

We consider the impacts of cancer from a psychological, physical and practical perspective. By telling us your concerns we can give an informed recommendation of our support types which could help.

Psychological

Anger
Anxiety
Depression
Fear
Loss of confidence
PTSD
Low mood
Stress

Physical

Changes to appearance
Fatigue
Lymphoedema
Pain
Swelling
Body image issues
Sexual difficulties
Scarring
Reduced strength
Changes to memory and concentration
Communication or speech changes
Reduced mobility
Reduced flexibility
Reduced energy
Dietary issues
Difficulty eating
Digestive problems
Menopausal effects
Weight loss or gain
Urinary problems
Sleep quality
Skin or hair changes

Practical

Challenges with friends or family
Difficulty speaking with children
Financial difficulties
Challenges returning to work
Intimacy changes