Who is Hope For?
The Hope Cancer Support Centre supports all who are diagnosed with cancer and those affected by a cancer diagnosis.
Do I need to make an appointment?
During the current Covid 19 pandemic, it is best to make an appointment so we can ensure the safety and wellbeing of all who enter the Centre. Prior to your appointment you will be contacted by a Support Worker to answer a questionnaire in relation to Covid 19 (Pre consultation form). All protocols and procedures are fully implemented to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all visitors to the Hope Centre.
What will happen when I arrive?
When you arrive at the Centre for the first time you will be greeted by one of our Support Workers who will guide you on what the Hope Centre has to offer. This is done in a very confidential, informal and relaxed setting.
What model of care is adopted by the Hope Centre?
We are a Client centred service. The Client always leads the way and decides what they want from us. All services offered by Hope are evidence based and employ recognised best practice.
What services are available at the Hope Centre?
We have a variety of services available to all who attend the Hope Centre, including:
- Support Worker assessment, one to one and phone support
- Prosthesis/Bra Fitting
- Lymphoedema/MLD Treatment
- Children ‘s Support
- Support Groups
Some of these services may be limited/restricted during the current Covid 19 Pandemic.
How much will it Cost?
All services in the Hope are free of charge.