Each week we’ll provide a new set of tips and resources to help you get through Monday to Friday. Read more ›
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Resources to help with mental health, nutrition, exercise, staying creative and keeping busy and entertained. Read more ›
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Especially if you’re self-isolating or shielding right now, this is bound to be a difficult time. Each week we’ll provide a new set of tips, resources and suggestions to help you get through Monday to Friday – and we’d love you to share yours too!
Lisa, who was supported through cancer treatment by our team in Edinburgh and is also a qualified nutritionist, explains how her eating was affected during chemo and radiotherapy, and shares some top nutrition advice for other young people.
In this guide to yoga for beginners, yoga teachers Anna and Kat, who’ve both previously taught classes on our unit in Edinburgh, talk about the mental and physical wellbeing benefits of yoga for young people going through cancer.
In June, Kaleb from our Youth Advisory Group shared this fantastic blog on his experience of visiting hospital for a brain tumour MRI and check-up during the coronavirus pandemic, and his advice if you’re anxious about a hospital visit of your own.
Want advice and support on creating a CV, covering letter or interviews skills? In partnership with Teenage Cancer Trust, our partner Morgan Stanley are hosting webinars, CV checking and mock interviews.