Who we support


We help organisations support employees with cancer or those caring for an unwell relative by utilising our structured process and expert resources.


We help intermediaries provide a unique benefits package by enhancing their wellbeing offering to clients.


We help insurers provide more compelling cover by adding expert clinical, emotional and practical support to carers and cancer patients on top of standard policy protection.

Healthcare providers

We increase healthcare providers’ capacity and capability to support cancer patients using our structured process, expertise and patient management platform.

Our services

Cancer support programme

Complex diseases like cancer demand a nuanced and personalised response. We put people back in control – connecting them to the best expertise available, clarifying diagnosis and treatment options and supporting their practical needs.

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Carer support programme

The life of a carer is a constant juggling act. Their needs are often forgotten. We help ease their burden – putting a programme in place so they can continue to work and preserve their health – and act as a second pair of hands for their day-to-day responsibilities.

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How we do it


We’re here to listen, providing the advice and guidance that puts people back in control of their lives. We make sure they don’t feel alone or overwhelmed – helping them get through their care with confidence.


From arranging appointments, to organising help around the house whilst people receive treatment or even finding a local dog walker – we help people to keep their lives moving.


We connect people to the best expertise available. Simplifying medical information, clarifying diagnosis and treatment options, reducing fear and frustration, and restoring normality, where possible.

Proactive support at its best

“Having the opportunity to regularly speak to a nurse specialist was just what I needed.”


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Dealing with bereavement at work

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