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ARC Cancer Support Centres works in association with healthcare professionals to provide the best support we can for people whose lives have been affected by cancer.
Supports for Oncology Healthcare Professionals
We are delighted to be introducing our new supports for Healthcare Professionals working in Oncology.
Call us now on 01 215 0250 to register and please feel free to share with anyone who may be interested. See what's on during the coming months through the link below!
ARC Cancer Support Centres provides professional psychosocial services to people affected by cancer through all stages of your cancer care, from diagnosis, through treatment and beyond. If you would like to refer a patient to ARC, please fill out our patient referral form. If you have any questions regarding our referral process, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone us on 01-2150250
Talks about Cancer
ARC Cancer Support Centres provides a variety of talks that are open to healthcare professionals. We deliver talks on topics such as fatigue, nutrition and talking to children about cancer. Please call the relevant centre if you would like to register for a forthcoming event
All of our services are FREE
What we offer
ARC Cancer Support Centres offers a range of therapies, classes and workshops.
Teaches how to use safe and supportive body movement.
Acupuncture is used to address the side -effects of treatment and helps to reduce anxiety.
Reflexology is a very gentle therapy that promotes relaxation.
Counselling is provided to clients their family members to help them cope with a cancer diagnosis.
Manual Lymph Drainage
Manual lymph drainage is a specialised treatment for cancer-related lymphoedema.
This four-week chair yoga course can help reduce the impact of chronic illnesses and can help with stress management and coping with pain.
Carers and Relatives Stress Management Programme
This programme is for carers and relatives of people diagnosed with cancer.
CLIMB® Programme for Children
This programme is for children of primary school going age (5-12 years) who have a parent or significant adult who has been diagnosed with cancer.
Cancer Thrive & Survive
This programme is helpful to those who have finished treatment or who may have moved on to long-term maintenance treatment.