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Hope Programme

HOPE is a course developed by Macmillan Cancer Support and Coventry University to support you after cancer treatment.

You can share your experiences and get support from other people going through the same thing. It helps strengthen your coping skills for dealing with different problems like anxiety, fatigue and concerns for the future. So you can feel more like yourself again.

HOPE is a free six week course and each session runs for two and a half hours (usually on the same day and time each week).

HOPE can help you:

• regain your confidence so you feel more like yourself

• use relaxation techniques for your mind and body

• cope with anger, anxiety, depression and uncertainty

• handle stressful situations

• plan for your future

• use your potential to make the most of your life.

Hope

How to book

To book your place on the HOPE course, please contact your local Macmillan Information Centre. Telephone: 01388 455231

 

 



'In recent times, I have utilised admissions to Richardson for respite direct from my fracture clinic, even at weekends. I have never worked anywhere with this efficiency before - it is reassuring and invaluable for the patient.'

Patient, Lowson / Starling Wards, Richardson Hospital