At NCCS, we strive to provide a holistic approach to support you and your loved ones in cancer management. Our patient support programmes are designed to help address pertinent concerns that patients and caregivers may face, across the cancer trajectory. The programmes are available to all cancer patients, survivors and caregivers in Singapore, and are free-of-charge unless otherwise stated.
Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) WorkshopA 3-hour workshop on cosmetic techniques and alternative hair fashion for female cancer patients.
Living Well Programme
Specially crafted for cancer survivors and their caregivers, the programme aims to address issues pertaining to cancer survivorship through workshops and talks.
10 Jan 2020 (Fri)
Attorney and Will Writing
Medicine in Cancer Post Treatment and Survivorship
Patient Empowerment Programme
Through specially designed workshops on personal growth and empowerment, this programme enables patients and their caregivers to cope better throughout their cancer journey.
OR 23 May 2020 (Sat)
Interviewing Skills Using Egan’s Problem-Solving Model – Part I: Attending Skills
Interviewing Skills Using Egan’s Problem-Solving Model – Part II: Influencing Skills
24 Oct 2020 (Sat)
CanSurvive [Flagship Programme]
The National Cancer Survivor Day is an annual, celebration of life that is held worldwide in hundreds of communities throughout the United States, Canada, and other participating countries. Participants unite in a symbolic event to show the world that life after a cancer diagnosis can be meaningful and productive.
NCCS joins the global community in the month of June to celebrate those who survived, inspire those who are recently diagnosed and who are undergoing treatment, and support loved ones.
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A 3-day, 2-night residential retreat that offers patients and caregivers a safe environment to learn, share and support one another who are in similar predicament. Participants will benefit from the different programmes and activities addressing issues such as treatment concerns, self-awareness, coping etc. This retreat also gives patients, survivors and their family members an opportunity to get away from their daily routine and spend more time together as a family.
* Details of the programmes may subject to changes without prior notice. Exact venue will be advised after registration.
Registration is compulsory.
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