Patient and relatives support
- MOBILE MEDICAL UNITS
- DIET, NUTRITION AND FOOD AID PROJECTS FOR PATIENTS IN THE COMMUNITY AND HOSPITALS
- HOME CARE SERVICES
- CARE AND SUPPORT FOR THE TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS
- EMPOWERING THE GUARDIANS AND CARE GIVERS
- ENCOURAGES CARE AT HOME
- EDUCATING THE BASICS HEALTH NEEDS
Educating patients and relatives are the most important aspects of care , which improves the uptake of care and ultimately the overall outcomes
We are heavily involved with various patient support groups nationally and internationally. Listen with empathy, counsel and support during the time of need.
Providing link with international and national web, to get information’s, posters, appropriate patients information booklet and leaflets about their conditions to get the optimal outcome from their treatment. Where appropriate palliative approach and counseling.
Janaan health provides food aid to most vulnerable patients and relatives, it has introduced feast project for patients/children undergoing treatments for cancers to try and boost their immunity as well as try to make them forget their illness for the moments with the help of great friends and colleagues
Advice from cancer back up and McMillan cancer support groups. There is a desperate need for Bengali translated information of various cancers among Bangladeshi people living in the UK; especially those are of first generation. We, here in the UK live in a society where people from almost all ethnic and racial background reside.
It’s vital to understand the each and every step of care given to an individual for better outcome. During my training period I felt there is a desperate need to publish something in their own spoken languages, I was trained in central and east London where main Bengali people live.
I found that they either come with children who often assist in translating, I was in a position to translate in Bengali, but I felt if we had patient information leaflet’s in their own languages for various cancers then patient can read them in their own time and later ask questions when they meet the health care provider.
working with other organization such as myeloma and lymphoma association can be very useful.
People can be given the web site address or printed copy of information in their own languages.
Plan for production of videos regarding individual disease and provide guidance and support in such a way patients and their relatives can understand throughout their illness, from doctors and clinical nurse specialist perspectives and sharing the experiences.