Grief Counselling for those persons diagnosed with cancer to help families come to grips with this new challenge.
Provide emotional and spiritual support and enrichment programmes through The Victorious Ladies Support Group as well as a Buddy System.
Assistance with nursing care to patients who choose to remain at home.
Through our Welfare Fund we offer food vouchers to patients’ families who have difficulties in meeting their daily needs.
A daily visit by two of our members to Ward C12 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital to take care of the patient’s basic needs.
A loan service of wheel chairs, walkers, hospital beds, commodes and bed pans to patients.
A podiatrist to give foot care to the patients on Ward C12 and a barber to shave the males and cut the patients’ hair on Ward C12.
Host a yearly conference to update and educate the medical community and the public on cancer diagnosis and treatment; past conference themes “Living with Cancer: From Bench to Bedside” and “Living with Cancer: My Life After Diagnosis”.
Conduct PSA Screening Clinics every six weeks.
Educational materials to families interested in learning more about their relative’s condition.
Conduct Annual Public Education Activities to educate our targeted communities about early detection and prevention of cancer.
Participation in Health Fairs and other avenues to disseminate information about cancer.