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Macmillan Next Steps Cancer Rehabilitation

Macmillan Next Steps Cancer Rehabilitation

Practical help and support groups

Our team of highly specialised cancer professionals and healthy lifestyle practitioners support people affected by breast, prostate and colorectal cancer living within Gloucestershire. We are an NHS team funded by Macmillan and Prostate Cancer UK who help people affected by cancer to not just live beyond a cancer diagnosis but to live well. We recognise that having a cancer diagnosis and its subsequent treatments can cause issues including: fatigue, worry, anxiety, stress, sleep disturbance, decreased physical activity, pain, changes in body image and identity, weight gain and fear of recurrence and the future. Through 1:1 and group support, our service aims to address these issues giving people the knowledge, tools and confidence to move forward and take control despite the challenges that many individuals face.

Cancer type(s):

Breast cancer in women, Breast cancer in men, Colon and rectal cancer and Prostate cancer

A specialist NHS cancer rehabilitation team supporting adults - men and women affected by breast, prostate or colorectal cancer living in Gloucestershire. We offer: • Half day “Take Control” workshops • 2 day “HOPE” course (Help Overcoming Problems Effectively) • Support from Specialist Cancer Professionals including Dietitians & Physiotherapists • Nutrition and dietary advice • Support to be more physically active • Advice on safe exercising • Healthy weight management • Help to overcoming problems effectively. You can view a 60 second video explaining what Macmillan Next Steps Cancer Rehabilitation offers from their website.

We offer:

  • Cancer information materials
  • Dietary therapy
  • Support from Health Professionals

Catchment area:

Gloucestershire

  • Opening times:

    Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm

Interested in joining us?

Just come along to our next meeting, or get in touch with us on the details below.

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