Meet the new Sheppie Cansa lady

2016-04-28 06:00
PHOTO: supplied Li-Mari Brits with the coping pack CDs.

PHOTO: supplied Li-Mari Brits with the coping pack CDs.

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PORT Shepstone Cansa introduces its new volunteer Li-Mari Brits, who attends to walk-ins at Shelly Beach Day Care Hospital offering support while they receive treatment.

Brits also hands out “coping kits” and knitted knockers to those who have undergone a mastectomy.

Sesethu Senene of Cansa extends a warm welcome to Brits, who will also facilitate support groups, which that take place every second Saturday of the month.

“We are grateful for her support and are excited to see what the hear ahead bring while she is with us,” said Senene. - Supplied.


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