Cancer Council WA offers information and support to people, their families and carers affected by cancer as part of their ongoing commitment to improve the lives of people living in Busselton and surrounds with cancer. Cancer Council WA support coordinator Yvonne Innes said a cancer diagnosis may have an enormous impact on people. "It is important to provide a wide range of practical and emotional support services for those people in the Busselton region," she said. "A cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment can be a very stressful time for both the patient and their family. "Our hope is that by offering a range of varying modalities of support including complimentary therapies we can offer patients and families a way to relax and help relieve stress. "We provide free exercise and meditative courses including meditation, tai chi and yoga for people living with cancer and their carers. "We also provide a range of publications and podcasts on specific cancer types, along with information on how to manage lifestyle concerns following a cancer diagnosis in areas such as work, finances, mental and physical wellbeing. "In addition, our extensive wig service allows clients to borrow a wig along with turbans, hats and scarves for as long as required. "Short term assistance with provision of practical and financial supports can be offered to some clients undergoing cancer treatment. "We also have access to pro Bono lawyers to eligible clients to assist with wills, and financial planning." The organisation is also looking for volunteers who can provide therapies to help patients and their families relieve stress. For more information please contact Ms Innes on 9382 9361 or email email@example.com.