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The purple ribbon is representative of all cancers, cancer survivors, and their caregivers.
Health and Wellness Services Specializing in
Personalized Cancer Care Support.
At NovaHope, we help you and your family move forward beyond the cancer experience, into a place where you can feel more at ease.
Accessible, Affordable, Available
We offer professional cancer coaching through our
NovaHope is pleased to share additional cancer support services,
through selectively chosen regulated professional health disciplines.
Check out our NovaHope Associates.
A NovaHope Cancer Coach Nurse–RN CON (c) combines oncology (cancer) knowledge, health education, counselling and integrative support services to provide a whole health approach.
“NovaHope’s weekly sessions both picked me up and, when necessary, settled me down. Hope has extensive knowledge and exceptional compassion. The sessions are blessed. NovaHope is blessed.”
~ Ian M., cancer survivor
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Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
NovaHope is accessible via:
- Two Annapolis Valley office locations.
- Virtual @ our secured online Telehealth office.
- House Calls (Annapolis & Kings County).
NovaHope is affordable via:
- Medical Insurance plans covering nursing services. (Please check with us to see if we have your medical insurance provider on our list).
- We sell gift certificates (to individuals or organizations who wish to sponsor a family member, a love one or a person in their community).
- Income Tax deductible (check with your accountant to see if you are eligible to claim nursing services on your annual income tax).
We are here to help you.
NovaHope models the bio-psychosocial approach, known as the relationship between the Body–Mind–Spirit and our social environment.
Specialized Oncology Nurse
The Specialized Oncology Nurse is one who has a combination of expanded education focused on cancer care and experience, such as two years in a setting where the primary focus is cancer care delivery. The Specialized Oncology Nurse might acquire specialty education through a variety of ways; for example, enrolment in an undergraduate nursing program, completion of an Oncology Certificate Program, distance specialty education (such as offered in Adult and Pediatric Oncology Nursing); or registration in and completion of the certification exam offered by the Canadian Nurses Association and attainment of the distinction CON(C).
The Specialized Oncology Nurse is one who works in a specialized inpatient setting, such as an oncology unit, or bone marrow transplant unit, or in an ambulatory setting where focused on the delivery of cancer care, or in a screening program, or in a supportive care setting, or community setting offering palliative care. There are many environments where the enhanced specialty knowledge and skill can be utilized to manage symptoms and side-effects of treatment, counsel patients in coping strategies, teach self-care behaviours, and monitor the responses to treatment and nursing interventions.
2017 Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology ( CANO )
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Specializing in Personalized Cancer Care Support.