When dealing with a life event, we struggle to ask for help and our friends don’t know how to help.
That’s why MercyAscot Neck Lump Clinics have teamed up with Support Crew. Now you can get the help you need so you can focus on the big stuff.
We know that this can be an extremely stressful and overwhelming time, so the need for help and support for you and your family becomes paramount. Knowing how to co-ordinate the help you need, or the offers of help from friends and family, can also become an extra burden.
At MercyAscot Neck Lump Clinics, we’re focussed on the care that you receive while you’re with us as well as the support you need at home. We want you to focus on the big stuff, so we’ve teamed up with Support Crew to offer you a FREE service, so that you can get the help you really need from your friends and family.
We’re running a pilot with Support Crew with five patients like yourself, so that we can figure out the best way to introduce this wonderful service to you and to anyone else who may need it in the future.
Now because we think that Support Crew would be of such great benefit to you, we’d like to offer you a place in the pilot.
Participating in the pilot enables you or your close friend/relative the opportunity to set-up a FREE, private Support Page on Support Crew to easily co-ordinate the meals, transport or whatever other help you need. As a small thank you, we’ll provide you with a $50.00 petrol gift card.
You can either set-up a Support Page on your own, or Kelly and Janine, the Co-founders of Support Crew can personally help guide you through the process.
How much time will it take?
Kelly and Janine, will need approximately 15 minutes of your time per week to answer a few questions to help shape what this service might look like in the future. This will be spread over a maximum duration of 6 weeks depending on your situation, it might even be less than that. So we reckon, about an hour and a half all up.
Why should I become involved?
A Support Page will help you to get the help you need – by making it easier for you to ask for and co-ordinate the help you really need. We suggest you check out Randal’s Case Study to see how having a Support Page can be helpful when dealing with cancer and major surgery.
I’m in, how do I sign-up?
If you’re happy enough to create your own Support Page, get started here:
Some additional info we think might help:
Still on the fence?
If you’re interested, but have more questions, get in touch with Amber, Kelly or Janine and they’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you have.