Fatigue Management with Wendy Shreeve
Cancer and it’s treatment can cause extreme tiredness, known as fatigue. The coronavirus pandemic and the stress that it has caused may also contribute to this fatigue.
Would you like help to manage your energy levels so that you can partake in the activities that are important to you?
My name is Wendy Shreeve and I was employed by the NHS for 14 years as an Occupational Therapist, where I worked with many people who experienced fatigue as a major symptom of their medical condition.
Through Star Throwers, I am offering free one to one sessions by telephone and/or video, to support you with your individual needs. Sessions would cover lifestyle, looking at your priorities and helping you to plan and pace your activities.
If you would like more information, please feel free to contact me via Star Throwers. I look forward to working with you.
If you are an existing patient or carer with us please email or call us to book your support session: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01953 423304.
To register with us as a patient of carer please fill out the relevant online questionnaire below:
One of the worst results of my cancer treatment over the past three years has been the tiredness. I have found that I have not had the energy to complete tasks as I used to. The fatigue course has greatly helped me to pace myself and I am starting to complete things even though it may take longer.” Derek – January 2021