We know it’s not always ‘back to normal’ when you finish hospital treatment for primary breast cancer

Finishing treatment at your hospital can sometimes mean leaving behind the routine and support you’ve become used to. It may have left you feeling alone.

Coping with the shock of a diagnosis, treatment and side effects, and worries about recurrence can make it difficult to readjust to the everyday. 

That’s why Moving Forward is here. Through supportive, open conversations in a safe, confidential space, you’ll connect with people who understand. And you’ll find the tools you need to feel more empowered, confident and in control. Ready to move forward with your life.

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Face-to-face

Face-to-face courses take place over two consecutive weeks and are delivered by a Moving Forward facilitator, in partnership with NHS hospitals. 
 

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Online

Online courses take place over four weeks and will give you the chance to share your experiences, get tips from breast cancer experts and connect with others.

 

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Are you a healthcare professional?

Refer your patients to the Moving Forward online course.


 

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Alison at Moving Forward event in Cardiff
Moving Forward has really helped me. Just meeting women who have been through similar stuff to me, it's made me change! I wrote in my journal that you gave us that I wanted to go swimming. Now I'm doing that twice a week, yoga twice a week and pilates once a week. I can hardly believe the change of outlook that I've had. I am looking after myself so much better. I just want to say thank you for arranging the course and making such a huge difference to my life!

Alison, Moving Forward attendee

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Further support for you

Whether you’re dealing with the news of your diagnosis, managing the ongoing side effects, or you want to talk to others in a similar situation, our free services are here for anyone affected by breast cancer.

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