Whether that is at diagnosis, during treatment or post-treatment, one year, five years or 10 years down the line.
We do not have a limit on when families can access our services. We like to think that once families become a member of The Joshua Tree family, they always know they can get in touch.
Families do not need to be having a difficult time, have a specific problem or be at crisis point to access our services. Sometimes it’s nice just to be involved with others who 'get it' and understand. We feel that peer support is so important to help families navigate their own journey with childhood cancer.
Visit us at the Support Centre in Sandiway or the 'Hwb' in Colwyn Bay, where Family Support workers are on hand to provide the relevant support to you and your family.
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“After treatment I felt like we were ok, that we could just forget about what had happened and move on with our life. It hit me like a ton of bricks one day, what we’d actually been through. It’s been so helpful to chat to others that understand that after treatment doesn’t mean it all just goes away. We don’t sit around feeling sorry for ourselves but we can now accept that it was really hard at times.”
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