Exciting new Project!
Cancer Support Programme (CaSP)Social, emotional and practical support to improve the health and well-being of adults affected by cancer                                                               

Building on the success of our previous projects, Staffordshire Cancer Advocacy Support Project and North Staffs Cancer Lifestye, we have developed a new Macmillan funded, community based project: CaSP.
The Cancer Support Programme (CaSP) provides one-to-one support for people living with or beyond cancer to explore their needs and identify community services to help them meet their goals.
A service for cancer patients newly diagnosed or undergoing treatment (aged 18+) living in Staffordshire and attending Royal Stoke, County or Cannock Hospitals. 
The CaSP provides health and social care staff the opportunity to refer cancer patients for personalised one-to-one support in their community to overcome practical issues and improve their well-being through social and emotional support.
 The CaSP service supports patients to:
Ø    Self-assess their concerns and feelings (physical, practical, family/relationship, emotional, spiritual/religious, lifestyle or information needs)
Ø    Explore and define what is important to them 
Ø    Identify the local activities and resources they need
Ø    Gain support to engage with these services.
For a referral form please email macmillan@bjf.org.uk or telephone 01782 844036.
More information available from Kath Curley, Programme Manager, on 01782 844036 or kath.curley@bjf.org.uk

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