The vehicle for these types of cancer charity activities to happen is usually the donation of a minimum of ten and maximum of eighteen private training sessions in a participating health club (dependent on club costs of course).
The key to much of any patient’s healing battle and the patient’s successes are the level of physical fitness that the patient may enjoy and the strong mental outlook they must develop, as well as the truly tremendous support from family, friends, work colleagues, and clients.
Everyone with cancer deserves to have this opportunity to participate in cancer charity activities that aid their overall healing opportunities. However, it is often a physical and mental trial to keep to a routine of physical exercise, which everyone knows is so wonderfully beneficial to the recovery of any cancer treatment. Many are lucky that they are self-driven and motivated to maintain such a level of fitness. Many are not, and as a result can sink into depression and a much slower rate of recovery. It is for these types of patients that a Sales model for cancer charity activities would benefit.
With help from the health professional community, and teamwork between the patient and the cancer charity activities board, the motivation of such a donation from the charity has a real chance to make a difference to those who apply.
The goal of the Salus model of cancer charity activities is to educate people and motivate those who may never have received such an opportunity to create a habit of exercise which aids their recovery. The Salus model of cancer charity activities should support and encourage Health Clubs who are enthusiastic in helping people with special health needs, starting with cancer.
The model should foster internal support groups and specialist fields in helping cancer sufferers take charge of their recovery and overall health in life. This supports a healthy belief at how important health and fitness is as the front line in health care.
Cancer charity activities following the Salus model hope to create a whole new level of communication and ability to market to the public as to how important health is in everyone’s lives.
Cancer charity activities following the Salus model also promote that by encouraging this type of Charity's work that we all may help many to understand their bodies better and help them notice and become aware of anomalies which maybe disease. These type of cancer charity activities help individuals to discover disease quicker than they might have otherwise.