The Unmet Supportive Care Needs of Arab People Affected by Cancer
Camden Breast Cancer Support Group
Dates: Meets Monthly on a Wednesday
Venue: The Undercroft, Camden Civic Centre, Camden
LIVERPOOL BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS GROUP
An informal group of ladies who meet for support, a coffee and a chat
Dates: Every 2nd Wednesday of the month
Venue: Michelle's Patisserie - Westfield Shopping Centre, Liverpool
Time: 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Contact: Annie Lawson (between 9am- 5pm)
Phone: 02 9822 8314
PARRAMATTA SOIREE - (a Cancer Council NSW group)
A friendship group for the Under 50's yr. old who's had Breast Cancer and want to be part of a group and share with others. Tea, coffee is provided and you can bring supper to share.
Dates: Monthly meeting held on the 4th Thursday
Venue: The Parkroyal Hotel Phillip St ,PARRAMATTA NSW 2150
Time: 6.15 - 8.15
Phone: 0405 524 319
Liverpool Blood Cancer Education and Support - LEUKAEMIA FOUNDATION
A group for patients and their families, living with Leukaemia, Lymphoma, Multiple Myeloma and related blood and bone marrow disorders to share experiences and exchange information in an informal and supportive environment.
Dates: Every 2nd Friday of the month
Venue: Wellness Centre Level 1 Cancer Therapy Liverpool hospital Elizabeth street Liverpool 2170
Contact: Emily Barry (02) 4222 0602 or 0423 293 799 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Look good feel better
A free appearance and image confidence building session through hands on support to restore a positive image using appropriate skin care and cosmetics.
Held monthly at the following venues
Venue: Liverpool Hospital Thomas Rachel Moore Education centre
Venue: Campbelltown RSL
Venue: Southern Highlands Oncology Centre
To register, follow this link to their website https://lgfb.org.au/
Vietnamese Cancer Support Group
A friendship group for Vietnamese speakers who have had cancer who want to be part of a group and share with others.
Dates: Bi Monthly meeting held the 1st Friday every 2nd month ( Feb, April, June, Augu, Oct, Dec )
Venue: Cabramatta Library , Cabramatta
Time: 9:30 - 11:30
Contact: Betty Lu
Phone: 9828 4543
CANCER COUNCIL NSW
This organisation assists patients and their families/carers with a number of key services. These are:
- Support Information Hotline: Ph: 131120
- Cancer Council Directory of services and resources
The Cancer Directory is a comprehensive and trusted national site for health professionals and the Australian community . It lists information in 56 community languages with over 2000 plus resources on prevention, screening, treatment, advanced cancer and practical support.
- NSW Cancer Council Information Centre at Liverpool Hospital
General cancer information is available for patients and family members , and trained Volunteers are available to answer general questions, give you an information pack, have a chat, help you find your way ,help you do some fun activities if you need to wait or assist you to access the Information Support Line.
- Southern Highlands Cancer Connect
The Southern Highlands Cancer Leadership Committee (SHCLC) an initiative of the Cancer Council NSW, is an independent committee working together with volunteer services, support groups and cancer charities within the area to produce a website of practical information for cancer patients in the Southern highlands area.
- Southern Highlands Patient Transport Service
Cancer patients from the Southern Highlands who require transport to the Macarthur Cancer Therapy Centre for treatment or to see a doctor or speciali, can access the Southern Highlands Patient Transport Service. This bus service is operated completely by volunteers. Bookings are made by telephoning 4223 0200 the Cancer Council Southern Region office in Wollongong or by speaking with the staff at the Macarthur Cancer Therapy Centr. The bus collects and returns patients who are booked to travel from designated stops at Moss Vale, Bowral, Mittagong, Braemar and Bargo from 9.15am every weekday. All pick up locations have shelter available and are within easy reach of public transport. If seating is available. Carers, family and friends visiting patients at the Camden Hospital Palliative Care Unit are also welcome.
CANREVIVE - a Chinese Speakers Cancer Support Organisation
This registered Charity helps Chinese cancer patients and their families/carers with 3 key services. These are:
- Living with Cancer Education
Groups for Chinese cancer patients and their families/carers held in Mandarin and Cantonese This education program is run collaboratively by CanRevive, Liverpool Multicultural Health Service and The Liverpool Cancer Therapy Centre.
Mandarin support group
Cantonese support groups
Dates: Thursday mornings
Venue:Thomas & Rachel Moore Education Centre, Liverpool Hospital
Time: 10am -12.noon
Contact: 9212 7789 for more information
- Hospital Volunteer Support Visiting Service.
Chinese speaking volunteers
visit Patients and provide them with translated information packs and access to follow up services
- Home visit Support
Chinese speaking volunteers visit Patients and their families to provide social supports
- Telephone Support
Public Information Session - June 2015
Healthy Eating Seminar - June 2015
This organisation assists carers with a number of key services. These are:
Carer advisory line
Phone:1800 242 636
Whether Caring begins gradually or suddenly, most carers will need to learn new knowledge and skills. Call them for advice, counselling, and practical tips on coping with different situations. You can find other carers stories, some strategies for managing at home.
Carer groups database
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SWSLHD Carers Program
In or health district Carers are our key partners in health care. We have put information together on our website to help our Carer find useful and practical resources. A Carers "What's On Calendar" is available to help Carers find relevant events happening in their area. For more information visit the Carers website
Head & Neck Education and Support Group
ENCORE Program - YWCA NSW
YWCA Encore is a free exercise and information program specifically for women who have experienced breast cancer at any time in their lives. It’s an inspiring approach to recovery from breast cancer surgery, which aims to meet the exercise and support needs of women after the trauma of their treatment in a nurturing non-medical environment.
Whitlam Leisure Centre 90a Memorial avenue Liverpool .. Tuesday 10th Oct - 28 November from 10:30 - 12:30.
Beverley Park Special School. 100 Beverley Road Campbelltown. Tuesday 10th Oct - 28 November from 4pm - 6pm
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