The National Cancer Helpline is staffed by specialist cancer nurses, and provides comprehensive cancer support, advice and information to patients, carers, the general public as well as healthcare professionals. The organisation plays a role in achieving world-class cancer services in Ireland, to ensure fewer people get cancer and those that… Read More
Free support-line service manned by trained staff providing information and emotional support to anyone affected by blood cancers, and signposting to other available services. There is an email service for written queries and a community blog space on website to provide an opportunity for peer to peer support. Patient information… Read More
Freephone helpline and e-mail information service for parents, carers and professionals looking after children or young people with a life-threatening or life-limiting condition. Calls are free for callers from landlines and mobiles. Can provide information on how to access and get the best out of services locally, signposting to organisations… Read More
Provide a listening ear and emotional support for people born with a heart condition (congenital). A congenital heart condition is an abnormality of the heart that has been present from birth. The helpline can provide information, literature and details of recognised specialist GUCH Centres and/or signpost to other organisations for… Read More
Telephone information, support and counselling for cancer patients, their relatives, carers and health professionals. Subjects covered include prevention, screening, treatment, care and support services, benefits, legal issues and bereavement. Signposting. Community visits are available from social workers and welfare rights advisers in South East Wales, Bournemouth and North Wales.
Support Line staffed by pancreatic cancer specialist nurses providing information and support for anyone affected by pancreatic cancer including families and carers. The nurses can provide individual specialist information about pancreatic cancer, treatment options and managing symptoms and side effects. The Team can also listen to your concerns and provide… Read More
The Marie Curie Support Line is a confidential helpline for people living with a terminal illness, and their family, friends and carers. Calls are answered by trained advisers who can offer practical information and emotional support. The Team can help with a range of issues, including day to day care… Read More
The helpline provides valuable information and support to women and their loved ones affected by cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities. Cover a wide range of topics including screening concerns, coping with diagnosis, treatment worries and survivorship issues. Can also provide an online forum where women affected by cervical cancer and… Read More