We know that a cancer diagnosis affects more than the person diagnosed.
Our National Friends and Family Neuroendocrine Cancer Natter Support Group provides a safe place to talk to others who also have someone they care about who has a Neuroendocrine Cancer. Support can mean anything, from being a good listener, helping with personal care, providing transport, going along to appointments or simply being there through the trials and tribulations of everyday life.
Feeling confused, angry, guilty, alone, afraid, and/or sad can be common experiences – not just for those diagnosed, but for you too. Any of these emotions are a perfectly natural human response to seeing someone you care about try to deal with the impact of their diagnosis, treatments, symptoms and side-effects. Talking with others who are also supporting a family member or friend can help you cope.
Our hope and aim is to make sure that EVERYONE living with Neuroendocrine Cancer has access to support – by phone, online or face-to-face – somewhere to turn to for information, advice and friendship.
We welcome you to join us – to meet others who have a friend or family member diagnosed with a Neuroendocrine Cancer – to share experiences, make friends and create a supportive network.
2022 National Family & Friends Natter Meetings will be held on 3 monthly on the last Wednesday of the month – starting at 6pm : 27th July and 26th October.
2023 dates – and other scheduled Natters – available on our Natter Calendar
If you would like to join the National Family & Friends Natter – you can SELF-REGISTER here
Once you have registered you can choose which, if not all, of the meetings you would like to join – without needing to re-register.
For more information about Neuroendocrine Cancer and the services Neuroendocrine Cancer UK provide, including patient information, helpful videos, podcasts, an advice helpline and to find your local Natter Group, please visit our website : www.neuroendocrinecancer.org.uk