How Wellspring Can Help
It is very common for people living with cancer to experience emotional, physical and practical side effects and concerns. Oftentimes, these side effects are overwhelming.
In fact, more than 85 per cent of cancer patients say they experience the non-medical consequences of the illness, such as fear, anxiety, pain, isolation, financial worries, and even guilt.
Wellspring provides a wide range of support programs, each designed, tested and proven, to help those with cancer, and their loved ones, overcome these and many other challenges.
Over the past 21 years, Wellspring has helped more than 25,000 men, women and children take an active role in controlling their cancer experience and in improving their quality of life. Wellspring programs help with:
Reducing fear and isolation
Education and information
Financial advice and management
Successful transitions back into the workforce
And much, much more.
At Wellspring, the focus is always on the person, not the disease.
Call us at 905-257-1988, or visit the centre weekdays. Wellspring Birmingham Gilgan House is located at 2545 Sixth Line in Oakville, Ontario. A peer support volunteer is available to walk you through your first steps toward wellness. We look forward to seeing you.