We are here to support people with cancer and their whānau across the Kāpiti Coast. We are part of the Wellington Division of the Cancer Society.
The Cancer Society Kāpiti at the Orange Traffic Light setting
The Cancer Society Kāpiti will continue to provide clients with support and information throughout the Orange Traffic Light setting. Our office will is open to the public with pre-screening questions, social distancing and mask use in place
Cancer Society Kāpiti will continue to provide clients with support and information throughout the Orange Traffic Light setting. Our Cancer Support Nurses will be available for face-to-face appointments, on our Cancer Information Helpline 0800 CANCER (226 237) and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Groups and programmes will be running under the Orange Traffic Light setting and masks will be used in instances where social distancing cannot be managed.
Margaret Stewart House will remain open for those who need to travel to Wellington for treatment. Patients can bring one support person. Unfortunately, we do not allow visitors to enter the building or children to stay at Margaret Stewart House during the Orange Light setting.
During Orange, our Driving Service is available and clients and drivers must be masked. We do not allow clients to bring support people during the Orange Light setting, and clients must sit in the back seat. We take clients regardless of their vaccination status.
Groups, talks and programmes available in Kāpiti
This support group is for those in the Wellington and Kāpiti region who have had a prostate cancer diagnosis and would like to get information, gain support, connect with others or discuss common issues.
This session will take place on Zoom and will include weekly speakers covering a wide range of topics.
When: fourth Tuesday of the month, 7:00–9:00 pm
Where: Online (Zoom)
To register or for more information contact Graeme Coutts on email@example.com
Currently open to those in Wellington, Kāpiti and Wairarapa.
This support group is for those who have experienced a breast cancer diagnosis and would like to connect with others and receive support.
When: Every second Tuesday of the month starting 12th April, 7 - 8:30pm
Where: Online (Zoom)
CanMove is a 6-week exercise and peer support course for those affected by cancer.
The sessions aim to give participants an opportunity to connect with others through peer support and exercise.
For more information or to register, please contact Helen on 021 129 4182 or text 0274814642.
When: Next course starting Wednesday 4th May, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Where: Zoom (online)
This online support group session is for women who have had a gynaecological cancer diagnosis and would like to get information, gain support, connect with others or discuss common issues.
This session will take place on Zoom and will include speakers from Gynaecology - Oncology Service Wellington Hospital.
When: Every fourth Friday of the month, 11am - 12:30pm
Where: Online (Zoom)
For more information or to register, contact Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0800 226 237.
Massage available on the Kāpiti Coast
We offer a massage service for people with a cancer diagnosis. A trained massage therapist provides this service.
You are entitled to three massage sessions that are designed just for you. The cost for a massage session is $20 per hour.
Please download the following medical approval form and get your doctor or oncologist to fill it out before your session.
Referral form for Health Professionals
Our services are available to anyone diagnosed with cancer, family/whānau. Please use this form if you would like to use our services or refer someone else to our services.
If you or a member of your whānau have received a cancer diagnosis, you can just ring us on 0800 226 237. You don't need to be referred by a health professional.
Wellington - referral form
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