Palliative Care & Home Visiting Service
A client's programme is designed to take into account the individuals needs at every stage, and to give them the best possible home holistic care throughout. We want our clients to feel comfortable, relaxed and listened to, viewed first as people and second as having cancer.
January 2012 - January 2015
Charity information: Complementary Cancer Care Trust
When the client is receiving palliative care treatment or they are too frail to attend the weekly support groups run by Complementary Cancer Care Trust , it is important that they are able to receive counselling or complementary therapies or befriending in their own home.
The programme intends to provide six therapies over a period of six months plus two visits from a Home Visiting Officer. This is intended to give the benefit of stress control, countering tension, insomnia, anxiety, pain and sickness.
Our therapists are qualified and insured to nationally recognised standards. Complementary Cancer Care Trust has a policy of confidentiality and must always uphold the good standing of their profession and that of the Trust.
The aim of the project is to provide a home visiting and palliative care service.
Activities» We plan to achieve this goal by corporate funding and fundraising events and donations
What success will look like
Success will be by questionnaire from client and therapist
By monitoring the process with a research programme
If we don't acquire the funds.
By questionnaire and a end year report published on our web site.
Budget - Project Cost: £30,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £10,000 Home Visiting Year 1 Therapists, Administration and Expenses £10,000 Home Visiting Year 2 Therapists, Administration and Expenses £10,000 Home Visiting Year 3 Therapists, Administration and Expenses
Home Visiting services cover South East London and North Kent.
In the borough of Bexley, we have 3 deprived areas. We have a devise ethnic community who will not attend our weekly support groups due to their religion and culture.
The Trust holds statistics of life threatening illnesses in the South East and North Kent which we need to support with the palliative care and home visiting service.
We are the only complementary cancer trust in East East and North Kent to be able to offer these services.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Sheila is the CEO of Complementary Cancer Care Trust