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Moving is good for us, even with a serious diagnosis

Founders of The Exercise Clinic, Emily Curtis and Chris Cottrell, share a passion for exercise and its health benefits for people who are living with cancer. Chris was diagnosed with an aggressive form of prostate cancer in 2011. Quite early on he was encouraged to
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It is “never too late and never too early” for future care planning!

In this article, we speak to Peter Loose about the future care planning support he is providing to fellow members of Bognor Regis and Slindon Catholic Parish. Peter completed our My Future Care training recently so that he could share his learning with his church
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Supportive Sharing Between People Ageing Without Children

We spoke to April Yasamee about the work of the Ageing Without Children group in Hastings (AWOC Hastings), which is part of the national campaigning, information and support organisation, Ageing Without Children (AWOC). AWOC Hastings provides regular meetings and information sharing amongst people without adult
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Meeting Planning Needs in Crawley’s South Asian Community

Come with us to meet Parveen Khan, who works as a Bilingual Memory Navigator for Carers Support West Sussex. Parveen supports unpaid carers in Crawley who are from the South Asian community and who have a family member with dementia. Parveen has just completed our
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The Healing Harbour: Supporting the well-being of people with life-limiting conditions in Norfolk

We spoke to Alison Brennan, Founder of The Healing Harbour, to find out how our My Future Care Buddy Service is helping her support the well-being of people with life-limiting conditions and/or palliative diagnoses in Norfolk. What kind of support does The Healing Harbour provide?
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Supporting Sandwell to provide ‘priceless advice’

Each month we pay a visit to one of our trained Buddies to find out how the My Future Care Buddy Service is helping them make a difference in the lives of the people they support. This month we spoke to Deb Pierson from Thinking
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