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Support for Families

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We believe that all parents that receive a diagnosis for a cancer that cannot be cured, should have access to emotional support and guidance to help them prepare their children for what’s to come. We offer one to one virtual appointments with parents and primary care givers to help them start, and continue, open and honest conversations with their children about their condition.  

Our support is tailored as each family different needs and would approach similar situations very differently. Our experienced practitioners will consider your child’s age, developmental stage, family setup and, and most importantly, how you are all currently coping as a family, living with an incurable diagnosis. Our team will provide emotional support, guidance and resources to parents and primary care givers to help you through this difficult time.  

We facilitate peer support groups for teenagers, offering them the opportunity to meet with other teens who also facing the death of a parent to cancer. We also run a peer support group for parents/co-parents, whose partner has incurable cancer. This gives them the opportunity to talk to someone who is in a similar situation. 

In order to provide support that is tailored to your needs, please complete the form below. Once submitted we will be in touch within two working days. All the information you provide will be treated as strictly confidential and only used to contact you in connection with your enquiry. For more information, please read our Privacy Policy.