At Cavendish Cancer Care we support local people who are living with cancer. We give them and their families the chance to Cavendish Cancer Care services are available to anyone affected by a diagnosis of cancer; whether a patient or supporting a member of the family or someone close to you.
- Support, Counselling and Complementary Therapies
- Specialist Services for Children and Young people
- Courses and Classes to introduce simple, effective techniques to help people feel calmer, more relaxed and in control
Therapies can help to promote wellbeing and build resilience and help with low mood and anxiety. Therapies offered include aromatherapy, massage, reflexology, reiki, shiatsu, acupuncture and hypnotherapy.
Courses and groups can introduce simple, effective techniques which can help manage stress, tension, overwhelm and anxiety and include:
Cavendish Wellbeing Course which addresses key areas including practical mindfulness, managing worry, nutrition and better sleep and is supplemented by a comprehensive online support course.
Expert Nutrition Workshops which provide practical advice informed by current scientific research on common topics that may affect someone with a diagnosis of cancer.
Moving Through Grief course which explores loss through movement, breath and sound.
Our weekly classes include online relaxation, chair yoga and traffic light tapping.
Cavendish Buddies provides a peer-to-peer telephone support service.
Specialist services for Children and Young people who have been diagnosed with cancer or affected by a cancer diagnosis, or bereavement in relation to cancer, in the family. Therapies include; Play Therapy, Art Therapy and Counselling.
Cavendish are a self-referral service and we aim to see people within 5 working days of them making contact with us. To find out more please fill out a self-referral form on the website https://cavcare.org.uk/ or call 0114 2784600.
Support is currently available either at the Tim Pryor Centre on Wilkinson Street or by phone or online.