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  • Airlie Cancer Care Group

    Support group for recently diagnosed cancer patients and their families. Come along for an informal chat, cup of tea/coffee and a catch up with others. We have various organisation attend also and so far we have had Move More, Macmillan Nurses coming along to one of our sessions. We are holding these at present within Airlie Medical Practice, Ajax Way, Methil the last Monday of each month at 2.00 p.m.



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  • Carers' Representative

    Do you care for someone who is elderly and frail, who has a physical disability, learning difficulties or a mental health condition? I am Morna Fleming, the Carers' Representative appointed by Fife Carers' Centre to sit on the Integrated Joint Board for the Health & Social Care Partnership, I want to make contact with as many unpaid carers as possible, so I can represent your concerns in our discussions. I cannot promise to answer all the questions, but I can offer advice and support.

  • Elite Care (Scotland) Ltd

    Elite Care offer care and support packages tailored to match our clients exact needs throughout Fife. Our highly trained team of care staff provide support to maintain independent living at home thorough a range of services. We can provide personal care, companionship visits and dementia care and support. Elite Care can also offer specialist homecare and complex care offering more intensive assistance under the supervision of our specialist Branch nurses.



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    01334 476262

  • Improving Cancer Journey Service

    Cancer doesn’t just affect your physical wellbeing, it can impact on every aspect of your life and the lives of those around you. But knowing where to turn for support isn’t always easy. That’s why Fife Health & Social Care Partnership and Macmillan Cancer Support have launched the Improving Cancer Journey Service. Our Service is here to help people affected by cancer to get the support they need, whether it’s financial, emotional, medical or practical. If you are living in Fife and have been affected by cancer, our Improving the Cancer Journey Service is here to help you live as well as possible. To get in touch with us or find out more about how we can help contact 01592 5780...



    Tel. Number

    01592 578076

  • Maggie's Dundee

    We help people take back control when cancer turns life upside down, with professional support for anything from treatment side effects to money worries. All our support is free and you don't need an appointment or referral. However, it is best to give us a call first during the coronavirus pandemic to find out if you can visit the centre.

  • Maggie's Fife

    Maggie’s offers free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their families and friends. Help is offered freely to anyone with any type of cancer. Simply drop-in at any time - you’re always welcome. Maggie's Fife is based at the Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy and is open Monday to Friday 9-5 for anyone affected by cancer.

  • Move More Fife

    Move More Fife is a project that is funded by Macmillan and delivered by Fife Sports & Leisure Trust. It provides FREE physical activity programmes for anyone living with and beyond cancer or anyone affected by cancer. Research shows that moving more can help you become fit for surgery, aid you in the management of any treatment side effects, aid your recovery and risk of recurrence. We provide gentle movement, group exercise sessions, walks and community gardening sessions.

  • The Well

    From November 2020 The Well will deliver its service virtually via The Well Near Me. For more information on how to use The Well Near Me, please visit the Well website. The Well is a venue where you can drop-in and find out information and receive general advice to help you stay well and independent within your local community. The Wells are established across Fife as places where you can go to be listen to, have a conversation about what’s important to you regarding your health and wellbeing. Here you are directed to support that best meet your needs. Our friendly, well-informed staff will support you to access a wide range of information.

  • Time for Life! project

    Funded by Children in Need and The Robertson Trust. Now in our 3rd and final year, it is run by the charity Taymara for children dealing with the effects of serious chronic medical conditions, mainly between the ages 5 and 18. It offers exciting and rewarding trips on the River Tay aboard classic motorcruisers and other fun, challenging experiences onshore with our friends at Discovery Point and HMS Unicorn, Dundee to those who are living in or are supported within Dundee, Tayside & Angus, Perth & Kinross and Fife. For details and qualifying criteria contact project coordinator, Steve Bretel:

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