This service is available in our specially designed gym run by our exercise physiologist.
Complementary Therapies including reflexology and massage for cancer patients is available at the centre.
Our psychologists provide professional expert intervention to deal with the distress caused by a cancer diagnosis.
Specialised one-to-one information and support is available to help you cope with living with cancer and its treatment
The aim of the Oncology Nursing Service at Cancer Care West is to provide information, advice and support to cancer patients and their families.
We offer a 6 week CTS course approximately twice a year.
This group aims to be a support for those coping with issues, adjustments or challenges related to their sexuality following cancer.
The Prostrate Cancer Support Group is an online Webinar offered every 3 months
This is a chance to meet others living with Multiple Myeloma over a cup of freshly brewed tea or coffee in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Galway Support Centre offers a monthly opportunity to meet other people bereaved by cancer and to offer basic knowledge about ways to live with grief.
We offer a range of classes tailored to the individual’s needs which are easily adaptable to everyday life.
Tai Chi class takes place once a week and is based on a series of slow, gentle graceful movements which aim to improve the body and mind.
Difficulties frequently arise for children when a family member is diagnosed with cancer. We offer individual support to these children in terms of one-to-one counselling
Cancer Care West offers therapeutic play skills to complement the support offered to children within our service
Parents sometimes seek support in terms of advice about how to manage their children at the time and following diagnosis.
Cancer Care West also offer the CUBS programme. CUBS is an online structured bereavement support programme developed for children aged between 8 and 12 years whose parent has died from cancer.
Cancer Care West also offer the CLIMB programme. CLIMB is a programme for children aged 5-12 years who are living with the reality of a parent being diagnosed with cancer