Befriending service which offers practical and emotional support to help people affected by cancer. The service will help identify the support most useful to the person in need, which may change over time. Activities could include: practical support such as helping with daily activities such as shopping, gardening and housework; emotional support such as listening and talking, we aim to provide a supportive relationship to help reduce feelings of isolation, offer reassurance and increase confidence. The service provides a volunteer for up to 2 hours per week over an agreed period dependant on the individuals needs and circumstances. Days and times can be arranged individually, and support offered is also tailored to suit the person but is also dependent on Volunteers ability and availability.
Groups supports: Adults; patients; men; women; bisexual; gay;lexbian; transfender and religious groups.
- Cancer information materials
- Hospital visiting
Interested in joining us?
Just come along to our next meeting, or get in touch with us on the details below.
Find out more:
- Kim Robertson on 07739322096 Maureen Mullen 07458057307 Tuesdays (Mon-Fri 9 - 5pm)
- Not applicable