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Work and Education

If you have completed a holistic needs assessment with your cancer nurse specialist you may be familiar with the concerns checklist. If you have any non urgent queries or concerns regarding work and education, simply click on the link and you will be redirected to the relevant service or information source. If you have any urgent concerns please contact your cancer nurse specialist in the first instance.

Work and Education

Citizens Advice

03444 111 444

Visit Website Citizens Advice provides free, confidential and independent advice to help people overcome their problems.  Benefits , Work , Debt and money, Consumer , Family , Housing , Law and courts , Immigration , Health , Cancer support service
Wednesday CAB drop in at the cancer information centre, NGH


Macmillan Cancer Support

0808 808 0000

 Work (Employment)


(Self Employment)





Work and education information and advice. A work support service is also available.


0800 121 7479
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Get help at work if you’re disabled or have a health condition (Access to Work)

 equality advisory service

Equality Advisory Support Service

0808 800 0082

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(Mon to Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 10am-2pm)
The Helpline advises and assists individuals on issues relating to equality and human rights, across England, Scotland and Wales.


0800 197 6026
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Business Debtline is a charity run by the Money Advice Trust. We are a free debt advice service for the self-employed and small businesses in England, Wales and Scotland.

ASTRiiD - The Invisible Talentpool

Visit Website ASTRiiD's mission is to help people with long term, chronic illness find meaningful work. We believe that value of work is far more than the wages that are paid. Work provides normality, routine, challenges and rewards and help gives our members a positive mental attitude. ASTRiiD helps bridge the gap between the Invisible Talent Pool (i.e. the cadre of people who have long term chronic illness but who still wish to use their skills and experience in work) and the UK skills crisis.
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