People living with cancer often benefit from the practical help and advice they receive from others who have lived through similar situations. “Peer support” is a term that are referred to advice and help received from fellow patients or people without medical training. Peer support can help patients and survivors feel supported by a community and even help them to manage a life-altering illness such as cancer.
Peer support lets a person vent their frustrations, learn and exchange information. Knowing that others have had similar experiences and that they can help make all the difference in how someone lives through the challenges of cancer. People with peer support can learn how to communicate better because of the experienced of others.
Every Monday to Friday, 10.00am to 1.00pm.
No appointment required. Feel free to walk in.