Changing the conversation about work and cancer

What We Do

For employers

Every two minutes someone is diagnosed with cancer and you can expect the incidence of cancer in the workplace to increase. It’s essential that you and your managers are knowledgeable, equipped, and ready to respond.

One in two of us will be diagnosed with cancer in our lifetime but the good news is that more and more of us are surviving and living with cancer for many years. 

Being able to work is something that most cancer survivors want to do for many reasons, not least because it provides financial independence, but mainly because it provides a sense of normality. Cancer survivors and working carers are also protected against discrimination in the workplace and the former must be offered reasonable adjustments to return to work.

We can provide you and your team with:

If you are an employer and want to do what’s best for employees affected by cancer, please contact us.


For people affected by cancer

We provide coaching support and advice for you and can support your partner too. If you are employed, self-employed, a job seeker or a working carer and would like to know more, please contact us.


For health professionals

We run a wide variety of training workshops for health professionals, e.g. Occupational Health, Vocational Rehabilitation Specialists and other medical experts.

We also have a special arrangement in place for doctors who are in financial need whereby they can apply to have their coaching funded.
More information can be found here.


For cancer charities and social enterprises

We run a wide variety of training workshops and provide coaching support for cancer patients and survivors on how to manage work and cancer, return to work or find employment, via the charities they use. Our workshops can vary from one hour to half a day in length. For more information about our training and coaching please contact us.

“Everyone with a cancer diagnosis who is employed or who has the potential to be employed, and carers too, should receive support to remain in or return to employment”

Macmillan Cancer Support