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Health and wellbeing support services

Whether you are currently in treatment, have completed your treatment or are actively monitoring and self-managing your symptoms, lifestyle factors such as diet, nutrition and exercise have been proven to increase quality of life and help you manage side effects such as fatigue and pain.

Our range of health and wellbeing programs and information have been developed by experts and provide simple, easy to follow tips, advice and information to help you live well with blood cancer.

About our health and wellbeing support services

Seminars and workshops are run on a range of health and wellbeing topics, including:

  • Fatigue.
  • Diet and nutrition.
  • Exercise and keeping active.
  • Return to work.
  • General wellbeing.
  • Relationships.
  • Delivered face-to-face and available in video and/or audio format (where possible).

Health and wellbeing support service locations

Seminars and workshops are run throughout Australia, including regional and metropolitan areas. For information on upcoming events in your area, select your state in our Events calendar.

Interactive map

Use this interactive map to find the nearest blood cancer health services to you.

Health and wellbeing support services eligibility criteria

Our health and wellbeing services are available to anyone living with blood cancer, their family and friends.

How to access health and wellbeing support services

Via referral and assessment from Blood Cancer Support Coordinators, treating facilities, social workers and welfare officers.

You can also contact us directly on 1800 620 420 or via email at

Health and wellbeing support services costs

No cost.

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Chat with a Support Coordinator

Speak with our Blood Cancer Support Coordinators via our Online Blood Cancer Support Service

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Last updated on November 24th, 2023

Developed by the Leukaemia Foundation in consultation with people living with a blood cancer, Leukaemia Foundation support staff, haematology nursing staff and/or Australian clinical haematologists. This content is provided for information purposes only and we urge you to always seek advice from a registered health care professional for diagnosis, treatment and answers to your medical questions, including the suitability of a particular therapy, service, product or treatment in your circumstances. The Leukaemia Foundation shall not bear any liability for any person relying on the materials contained on this website.