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the Reframe teamApr 16, 2024 1:43:26 PM1 min read

National Deaf Children's Society offer Cancer Support to Staff


The National Deaf Children's Society has launched a new partnership with Reframe Cancer to offer comprehensive cancer support as a new employee benefit to its dedicated staff.

This partnership recognises the significant impact a cancer diagnosis can have on individuals and their families. By offering Reframe Cancer's resources and services, the National Deaf Children’s Society is committed to supporting its employees during challenging times.

Idris Patel, Senior HR Advisor at the National Deaf Children’s Society, said: “We’re incredibly proud to partner with Reframe Cancer to provide this vital benefit to our staff. We think this support will be invaluable for staff affected by cancer and hope the partnership really highlights our commitment to employee wellbeing, especially at difficult times.”

Reframe Cancer offers a variety of services to meet the individual needs of cancer patients and their loved ones. These services include:

  • Expert advice and support: A dedicated cancer nurse specialists to provide information, guidance, and emotional support throughout the cancer journey.
  • Practical support: Reframe Cancer also offers a cancer support manager to help with chase appointments, help with transportation to appointments or return to work planning
  • Extensive online resources: access of a wide range of informative materials on cancer awareness and preventative measures

“We are delighted to partner with the National Deaf Children's Society to offer our cancer support services to their employees,” said Kate Randall, Commercial and marketing director at Reframe Cancer. “We understand the importance of workplace wellbeing, and we are committed to providing the support that the charity’s staff need to cope with a cancer diagnosis.”

This innovative move by the National Deaf Children’s Society demonstrates an increasing commitment by employers to employee wellbeing and specifically, tackling the growing concern of cancer amongst working age people, the pressure on the NHS healthcare system and its impact on employees and the workplace.