NALC has almost 100 clubs nationwide and offers a range of services to Laryngectomees and their families and carers. A major role of the clubs is to provide the sort of non-medical help and information that can only come from the experience of living with a laryngectomy.
The Cancer Laryngectomee Trust was formed in 1985 by a laryngectomee, Sydney Norgate, to help provide support and understanding for people who are about to have, or have had, a laryngectomy.
Visit: Cancer Laryngectomee Trust
Web Whispers was started in 1996 for those who had questions about larynx cancer treatments, surgery, recovery, and what life is like after laryngectomy surgery.
Visit: Web Whispers
BAHNON exists to facilitate networking between nurses working within the field of head and neck cancer, in order to share ideas and promote good practice.
The IAL is a non-profit voluntary organization composed of approximately 250 member clubs and recognized regional organizations. These clubs are generally known as “Lost Chord” or ” New Voice” clubs. Clubs are composed of from 10 to more than 300 Laryngectomees.
Visit: International Association of Laryngectomees
MacMillan cancer support provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care.
Visit: MacMillan Cancer Support
“20-20 Voice” Cancer strives for the relief of sickness and the promotion of health amongst cancer sufferers and their families in particular but not exclusively by: