MOT is a Cancer Support Group for men living with or affected by cancer. Whether you have experienced cancer yourself, have a friend or family member who has cancer or you are caring for someone with cancer, MOT is an opportunity to meet other men in a similar position.
MOT offers regular meetings where you can chat with others and share experiences, as well as health and wellbeing therapies, such as relaxation, massage and reflexology.
We also provide structured workshops where you can find out about managing fatigue, stress, anxiety and the impact of cancer treatment. We also offer advice and information relating to practical and emotional issues.
All our activities and workshops are delivered by qualified and experienced practitioners. Sessions are free to attend and refreshments are provided.
We welcome men who are carers, as well as family and friends (over 18 years) of people with cancer.
Usually fortnightly, but first Register for MOT and Check the dates using the link below.
- Organiser of Can-Survive - Men Only Thursdays
Can-Survive UK is about enabling, empowering and educating. We provide culturally sensitive support and information to people living with and beyond cancer, their families and carers. We recognise that everyone is an individual, that’s why we provide you with support that is person-centred and culturally sensitive, whatever your cultural background or need. As well as support, we offer a range of volunteering opportunities.
For more information about our groups, services or projects, or you may want some advice or just need someone to talk to, please contact us, Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
Tel: 0161 455 0211
M: 07496 089310
LocationKath Locke Centre, 123 Moss Lane East, M15 5DD
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