Whether you’re dealing with the news of your diagnosis, managing the ongoing side effects of treatment, want to improve your overall wellbeing or talk to others in a similar situation, our online support services are here for you.
Support for you
Finishing treatment at your hospital may have left you feeling like you’re on your own. But you’re not alone.
Moving Forward Online is here to support you in adjusting to life after treatment. You can access specialist information, tips and have the chance to connect with others in a supportive environment.
This programme is designed to support people who are dealing with the uncertainty and challenges that secondary breast cancer brings. You can interact and share your experiences, with others in a safe and confidential space.
If you’re under 45 and have had a diagnosis of primary breast cancer within the last three years, our Younger Women Together Online service has been designed for you.
We provide a confidential and safe space for you to meet with other women your age who understand what you’re going through.
A programme of online talks providing further opportunities to learn from expert speakers, share your experience and ask questions. Topics focus on living well as a younger woman with breast cancer, such as exercise and healthy eating.
Our Someone Like Me service can put you in touch with someone who’s also experienced primary breast cancer and understands what you might be going through.
We match you with one of our trained volunteers who can give tips, answer questions, or simply listen to your concerns. Support is also available for family members and gene carriers.
If you have any questions about one of our online services, get in touch with us.