Help for people with a cancer diagnosis from Macmillan

iHOPE is Macmillan’s online self-management programme (‘Help Overcoming Problems Effectively’) for anyone who’s had a cancer diagnosis, which empowers people living with cancer to manage their health and wellbeing.


The Programme begins on Tuesday 3 November and runs until 8 December.

This free course runs over six weeks and consists of online materials to complete in your own time and weekly discussion groups via Microsoft Teams, with trained facilitators.

The program aims to:

·      Provide the knowledge, skills and confidence to cope with many of life’s challenges, frustrations, fears and isolation.

·      Teach you how to become more relaxed, improve your confidence in setting positive goals, learn stress and fatigue management skills and explore any worries you experience when dealing with cancer.

·      Build skills to help deal with anger, depression and uncertainty and to live positively with fears for the future and build character strengths.

For more details and booking information, download iHOPE Information Sheet – November 2020 Course

Contact the Macmillan Information Service for more information and to book a place.
Telephone: 01484 343614 or 01422 222709

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