Life can be different after cancer treatment, there are a number of specialist services and organisations within Nottinghamshire that provide support and empower people to take control of their own health and wellbeing. This can include support from peers, health and social care professionals and voluntary organisations.
The video and the resources below provide information on where you can get free, confidential support whatever your concerns might be to help you adjust to life after cancer
Macmillan Late Effects Clinic at NUH
Based at the Nottingham City Hospital we are a bespoke service offering practical advice and signposting for a range of physical and psychological effects 6 months or more after completing your treatment.
Expert care if you are experiencing late effects from your cancer treatment, we are happy to see you face to face or we can do telephone and video consultations. Ask your Consultant or Clinical Nurse Specialist to refer you.
Local Macmillan Information and Support Service
Staffed by a team of Macmillan Professionals, we offer free, confidential information and support to anyone who needs it. We provide emotional support, practical information and advice about benefits and finances, including applying for grants. We can help you to access local services, return to work, return to activities or find new ones, help you navigate your way through post treatment difficulties or just be someone to talk to.
Maggie’s offers practical, emotional and social support for people affected by cancer.
Self Help UK
Offer free tailored support to people affected by cancer
Notts Help Yourself Website
Nottinghamshire Self Help Directory to signpost people to information about a whole range of local organisations and services
Nottingham City Self Help Directory to signpost people to information about a whole range of local organisations and services