The Kick Cancer programme supports people with cancer to take part in physical activities in a fun group setting.
Due to the current health crisis, the next set of sessions will be delivered entirely online, providing a support group and rehabilitative exercise for those living with or recovering from cancer.
The free digital programme will run for 8 weeks and consist of 2 sessions per week. One of these will be a fitness session with tailored activities designed to help rehabilitate patients and keep them active, which has been linked to aiding recovery and wellbeing within patients. The second session will be a social hour allowing the group to catch up with each other and also talk with specialists who will be on hand to offer their advice and answer any questions participants may have.
Naomi Atkin CEO at Lingen Davies is delighted with the plans and cannot wait to get people involved . “It is great to see Shrewsbury Town in the Community continuing with the Kick Cancer programme online during these strange times. People with cancer are particularly vulnerable at this time, and having access to wellbeing programmes is more important than ever- we are proud of the Kick Cancer programme and really pleased that people can still get involved in a safe way through this innovative new way of working.”
The next course starts on Monday 4th May, although you can join in at any time. For more information and to sign up please click the link below: