Hope programme - online support

Understandably the Covid-19 pandemic is causing increased anxiety for everyone, and at Macmillan we recognise that this may be particularly difficult for people living with cancer.

As you will be aware, in line with government advice, face to face HOPE (Help overcome problems effectively) programmes are being cancelled or postponed.

To mitigate this, we have been looking to increase our online self-management offer for people living with cancer by increasing the number of iHOPE self-management programmes we are delivering. This programme gives you the chance to enhance your resilience, rediscover strengths and increase your ability to cope through an online programme.

It is a six-week programme that focuses on topics including:

  • Smarter goal setting
  • Priorities and values
  • Living positively with fears for the future
  • Character strengths
  • Physical activity
  • Eating well
  • Managing stress
  • Coping with fatigue
  • Finding things to be thankful for.

It is recommended you commit a minimum of two hours per week, at a time to suit you, and have access to the internet via smartphone, tablet or PC.

Start dates for each course:

  • 6 April 2020
  • 4 May 2020
  • 1 June 2020

If you are interested, please click on the link in the flyer or register online.