In September of 2023, research was conducted for Working To Wellbeing among 566 line managers in the UK and 112 people w...
We like to be able to help people as soon as they need it. Our clinically-led and evidence based work support service is designed to enable individuals to self-manage their symptoms, remain in or return to work when ready. We focus on physical, cognitive, psychological and emotional components of illness. We provide health coaching support with a strong vocational bias to help people restore their day-to-day functioning and quality of life and return to work when ready. We believe that good work is an important part of the recovery pathway and is an outcome that we work towards.
Being diagnosed with cancer can be one of the most difficult situations that anyone has to face. It can cause great fear and worry and can affect every aspect of your life, including the ability to work. The tests and treatments needed may mean spending time in hospital or hospital appointments and the side effects of the treatment can be worse than the original cancer symptoms. This is why we provide cancer work support for those who need it to help them remain in, or return to, work.
As treatments for cancer improve more and more people are living for many years beyond cancer, but the treatment can leave people feeling unwell and tired. The side effects can affect a person’s lifestyle and ability to work.