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If you have a lung condition, whether you're recently diagnosed or having been living with it for some time, we're here for you. Our friendly Information and Support Centre team are available to provide trusted guidance and practical tips, and to connect you with resources and support services to help you live your best life. You can reach our team during business hours via free call 1800 654 301 or be completing a quick online enquiry form via the button below.Contact our Information and Support Centre
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Being told you or someone you love has a lung condition can have a significant impact on you and your family, and helpful information can sometimes be difficult to find. We want you to know you are not alone. Whether you’re living with lung cancer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, bronchiectasis, Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension, or caring for a child with rare lung disease, Lung Foundation Australia is here for you, providing a range of services and programs to support you to live your best life.
Our Support Services
Respiratory Care Nurse
This free telephone service is available for people living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or bronchiectasis, as well as families and carers. Our highly experienced nurse provides evidence-based guidance on all aspects of your condition and connects you with relevant services to ensure you have all the support you need.
Complete the form below to connect with our Respiratory Care Nurse.Book an appointment
Lung Cancer Support Nurse
Our highly experienced oncology nurse provides a free telephone-based information and support service for people living with lung cancer, as well as families and carers. The service provides evidence-based information regarding diagnosis, treatment, symptom management and wellbeing, in addition to guidance about support services.
Complete the form below to connect with our Lung Cancer Support Nurse.Book an appointment
Lung Cancer Social Work Service
The Lung Cancer Social Work program is a free telephone-based service for people living with lung cancer, and their family and carers. Through the service, our experienced social worker can help you at any point in your diagnosis to navigate the practical and emotional impact of living with lung cancer.
Complete the form below to connect with our Lung Cancer Social Work Service.Book an appointment
A lung disease or lung cancer diagnosis can be isolating and the emotions you experience can affect your overall wellbeing. Connecting with someone who understands what you are going through can make all the difference. Lung Foundation Australia offers a range of peer support programs and groups that can connect you with others who share a similar lived experience. Programs include online, face-to-face or telephone support groups across a range of lung conditions.
Complete the form below to connect with a peer support service.Join our Peer Support Program
Regular exercise is an important part of managing a lung condition as it helps you to maintain fitness and strength, improve your overall wellbeing and reduce symptoms such as breathlessness.
For more information about exercising with a lung disease, complete the form below.Find out more about exercising with a lung condition
After more information? Browse our resource hub to find a range of disease specific fact sheets, booklets, videos and more, developed to help you manage your condition. For further help, contact our Information and Support Centre on 1800 654 301.Find more resources
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Lung Foundation Australia has been helping people with lung disease and lung cancer for 30 years and is a trusted source of help, advice and information. Your membership in Lung Foundation Australia supports us in our commitment to provide high-quality, lung health specific information to everyone impacted by lung disease or lung cancer. In return for your valued support, members receive biannual editions of our magazine, Inspired Living for Better Lung Health. Members also receive priority invitation to key events throughout the year, such as Meet the Researcher, to keep up to date with the progress we are making through your generous contributions.Become a member