Do you know someone who has a disability and has been affected by breast cancer?
Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) wants to provide accessible and appropriate breast cancer information and support to people with a disability and their families and supporters.
To better understand the experiences of people with a disability affected by breast cancer, their families and supporters, BCNA wants to talk to:
- people with a disability who have been diagnosed with breast cancer
- family members, carers or support workers of a person with a disability who has been diagnosed with breast cancer
- family members or carers of a person with a disability, who has been diagnosed with breast cancer themselves.
BCNA will use what it learns to develop a plan for our organisation to better support people with a disability affected by breast cancer.
Participants will be invited to attend a group discussion at a local community centre or participate in an interview.
If you are interested in sharing your story with BCNA, or would like to find out more visit https://www.bcna.org.au/news/2016/08/.
Alternatively please contact Grace Daley by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1800 500 258.
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