Complementary therapies are used alongside orthodox treatments with the aim of providing psychological and emotional support through the relief of symptoms
National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) Supportive and Palliative Care Improving Outcomes Guidance (2004)
We’re here to support.
The Full Circle Fund is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of patients through our pioneering supportive therapies.
Based in haematology, oncology and paediatric wards, our services benefit adults, babies and children with life-threatening conditions.
We work hand-in-hand with conventional care to help support patients' physical recovery during and after treatment. Our supportive therapies can improve patients' coping strategies, reducing pain and anxiety levels and ultimately enhancing their quality of life.
We work in three key areas:
We receive no government or NHS funding and rely totally on donations to support our work.
- therapy: quality of life support and training programmes for patients
- research: scientific research and evaluation for better understanding of supportive therapies and survivorship
- education: informing and educating Heath Care Professionals and the general public about the role and benefits of supportive therapy