Coping with cancer resources
Cancer patients, their family and friends often find it difficult to cope with cancer. These resources provide useful tips on how to talk about your feelings and where to find support.
Who can ever understand: Talking about your cancer
This booklet has been written to help you find ways to talk about your cancer and to ask for the help and support you need.
Lost for words: How to talk to someone with cancer
This booklet has been written to help you support someone close to you who has cancer.
The emotional effects of cancer - caring for people with cancer
This booklet has been written to help you understand more about the emotional effects of cancer. This booklet is for anyone affected by cancer.
Talking to children about cancer
This booklet has been written to help parents, families and carers explain a diagnosis of cancer to children. It also looks at how a cancer diagnosis is likely to affect them.
Caring for someone with cancer
This booklet has been written to help you to understand what is involved in caring for someone with cancer. It has been prepared and checked by cancer nurses and other relevant health and social care professionals. It also includes some words from people who have cared for a loved one with cancer.
A Time to Care - Caring for someone seriously ill at home
This booklet is to help you if you want to care for a seriously ill family member or friend at home.