For healthcare services to support Quality of Life, by recognising & supporting a person’s feelings & emotions.  

Why, you may ask? Because Neil simply wishes to fulfil a promise to his father, which is to carry on his work; his father (a pioneer in psychological cancer care) had, Neil believes, dedicated his work to his sister (who died when he was a young boy). That work was and is:

  • To enable people to have access to the best possible quality of life care;
  • To strengthen a person’s resolve and spirit, when challenged by a living experience and
  • To communicate a message that acknowledges the significance of ‘hope’ in the provision of a wholistic person-centred healthcare service.