We are working with our European partners on the I-Know-How project funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Interreg. This is a 3-year collaborative project with partners from Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, to develop models to support people affected by cancer to help them to remain in/return to an active life and work.
Our local partner, Rother Voluntary Action (RVA), will be developing coaching models and services to help local employers and other organisations support employees affected by cancer, while we will be responsible for developing coaching models for individuals of working age who may be living with cancer, or undergoing or recovering from treatment.
Employment and financial issues, along with the search for meaning and purpose, have always been areas of concern for many of the people we support. Building specialist knowledge and resources in this area, and partnering with RVA on the employer side, will give us the opportunity to offer meaningful, practical, and psychological support to these people in the future, and to contribute to positive change on a local, regional, national, and European level.
The aims of the I-Know-How project are to develop ways of offering support to people who have been diagnosed with cancer to remain in work, or to return to work following treatment for cancer.
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