85 per cent of participants on Aquaterra’s innovative Cancer Survivorship Programme describe it as excellent, according to figures.
The programme, which is a finalist in the upcoming Quality in Care Excellence in Oncology Awards, has already assisted over 100 participants in their cancer recovery since its inception in May 2012 and is a community-based physical activity intervention.
It aims to promote the physical and psychological well being of cancer survivors by increasing activity levels, supporting a health lifestyle and promoting secondary prevention.
Chief executive at Aquaterra Antony Kildare said: “I’m extremely proud that this progressive exercise programme is helping to improve individuals’ physical and emotional wellbeing living with or beyond cancer as it is Aquaterra’s mission to improve quality of life and health through leisure, fitness and sports activities that are accessible for all.”
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