The Centre will be closed from 4.30pm Friday 19 December and will reopen at 9.30am Monday 5 January 2015. The Board, Staff and Volunteers wish all our members a happy and safe holiday break. See you at the Centre in the New Year.
Latest news from Cancer Care Centre Inc
Cancer Care Centre is pleased to announce that His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AO, Governor of South Australia has agree to become our Principal Patron. We thank His Excellency and look forward to his patronage during his term of office.
Your Monthly Donation will make you a Cancer Care Champion. Cancer Care Champions: Proudly support the work of Cancer Care Centre Advocate for the Centre within their community Support exclusive, tailored courses to educate and empower the individual Include Cancer Care Centre as a charity of choice in their workplace Support members and their familiesContinue Reading
We have several new courses and activities beginning in 2015: Music Therapy with Djembe (African) drums – music therapy can have a variety of positive effects on health and well-being. No musical talent is required to be part of a drumming class, just a willingness to try something new and have a bit ofContinue Reading
Lymphatic stimulation massage helps to stimulate a normal-but-sluggish lymphatic system, aiding in injury recovery and detoxification. The Centre has four specially trained lymphatic massage practitioners. They can help monitor limb size and offer manual lymphatic drainage, education in self massage, exercise and skin care. The massage is very gentle and helps direct lymph to otherContinue Reading
Cancer Care Centre Annual Report 2014 [PDF: 650kb]
Sunday, 7 December 2014 at 6.00pm
The next movies are “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” starring Steve Carell, Bella Thome and Jennifer Garner and “Exodus: Gods and Kings” starring Christian Bale, Aaron Paul, Sigourney Weaver and Joel Edgerton. See attached poster – Poster Film night 7 December 2014 Alexander the Terrible and Exodus Gods and Kings To be shown on Sunday, 7thContinue Reading
Every new referral to Physiotherapy Pilates Proactive is rewarded via their "Pay it Forward" program by way of a donation to the CCC
Physiotherapy Pilates Proactive is in the Pink Physiotherapy Pilates Proactive is one of the first SA practices to offer its clients the unique Pink Pilates program, which was developed in New Zealand and is especially designed to improve quality of life, wellbeing and overall health of individuals undergoing and recovering from treatment for cancer throughContinue Reading
Now available from the Cancer Care Centre
Our former ‘Plant-based Cooking’ course chef, Di Cornelius, decided write a book on her favourite recipies for Cancer Care Centre in her retirement .
Now available from the Cancer Care Centre
Oscar Vital Max DA 900 is the premiere juice extractor for both soft and hard Fruit and Vegetables. It extracts the maximum juice from celery, carrots, peppers, radishes, cabbage, kale, in fact all vegetables including leafy greens such as parsley and spinach, all without destroying the vital enzymes. Whether taking care of your own health, orContinue Reading
Hairhouse Warehouse Harbourtown fundraising events raised $10,000 for the Centre
Cancer Care Centre client Llara Loveday created fundraising events with Hairhouse Warehouse Harbourtown and raised $10,000 for the Centre.
Available from the Cancer Care Centre
Why not give a Cancer Care Centre Gift Certificate to a loved one for a special occasion? The Certificates enables the holder to have a one hour therapy of their choice and are priced as follows. Members – $40, Organisation Members – $60, Non-Members $85 Call in to the Cancer Care Centre to collect or phoneContinue Reading
Just an amazing effort
Chloe and Mandy of THE BASIN HAIRCUTTERS, 104 Goodwood Road, Goodwood have raised over $33,500 for the Cancer Care Centre. This is a hugh act of unselfish effort as the original target was $10,000. The generosity of these ladies, their friends, clients and acquaintances in contributing more than $33,500 has everyone at the Centre inContinue Reading
Together supporting cancer patients
Discussion and planning are underway between St Andrew’s Hospital and Cancer Care Centre with the objective of developing a closer relationship which will benefit the Hospital’s cancer patients.
Our Therapists for 2014
Our Therapists are as follows at the Cancer Care Centre in 2014. Trudi Cain (Remedial Massage) – 1st & 3rd Monday afternoons of each month, 1.30pm & 2.45pm. Ryan Moore (Cranio Sacral,Myofascial,Relaxation,Remedial) – Monday mornings, 9.30am,10.45am,12 noon. Judy Valero (Oncology,Lymphodema, Bowen,Relaxation, Remedial, EFT) – 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of each month, 9.30am,10.45am,12 noon. Sarah Trangmar (Continue Reading
Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 2.00-3.00pm
We are aiming to commence a new Carer’s Group and a Patients’ Support Group soon.
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Add purity and elegance to your kitchen today
Purifiers (Aust) Pty Ltd will provide their Seagull IV water purification system to Cancer Care Centre members at a discounted price.
Science doesn’t have all the answers, and health treatment shouldn’t be an either/or choice, writes Grant Cameron.
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