Everything from garment fitters to memory quilts, jounals to interesting tid-bits. This is our "...and more" page. 

As you scroll through, you may find what you were hoping to find, but you may also find something you didn't know existed or didn't know Kamloops offered. You may not have to look far to find information on resources for your needs and wants. 

We have tried to take the legwork out of finding what you may be searching for. Feel free to let us know what we can add. This site will be continually monitored, added to, and changed as more information comes to light.

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Professional Trained Staff
Certified and experienced.

We specialize in the following:
Compression Stockings
Foot Care
Mastectomy Products
Orthopedic Braces & Supports
Arthritis Pain Relief
Ostomy Supplies

#8-111 Oriole Road


Certified Prosthetics & Orthopedics in the Tudor Village, is pleased to offer a complete line of mastectomy apparel, forms and accessories. Our Certified Mastectomy Fitter, Janice Ireland will introduce you to a wide variety of mastectomy bras, prostheses, post-surgical camisoles, etc. to enable women, whose lives have been affected by breast cancer, to return to their busy activities with confidence.

"I was initially trained as a Certified Mastectomy Fitter in 2003 and have been assisting women in and around our region since that time.  I continue my education by taking yearly courses in order to be up-to-date with the latest treatments and requirements because things change so quickly with Breast Cancer surgeries and treatments."

Please check our website for more information:    [email protected] 

Janice Ireland
Certified Mastectomy Fitter

My name is Marnie Freeman.  I design and manufacture quilts made from personal items of clothing. 

I am passionate about bringing stories back to life again by using combinations of fabrics and/or T-shirt designs. 

A memory quilt is an amazing way to honour a loved one, or hold onto life’s special moments.


Marnie Freeman

"Questions to Ask When you Have Cancer"

Many people who are treated for cancer say that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the information you’re given and the decisions you need to make.​​

This booklet can help. The team of healthcare professionals who plan and monitor your treatment will tell you a lot of information – test results, treatment cycles, side effects you need to report. Use this booklet to write down these details.

We also suggest some questions to ask your healthcare team. You don’t have to ask all of them or even any of them. But you may find that asking questions helps you make decisions that are right for you. 

Canadian Cancer Society Booklet

How to use this workbook

The Think About Your Life workbook can be used to help you think about and record your thoughts, feelings, needs, wants, hopes and fears, throughout the various stages of your Cancer Journey. The Think About Your Life workbook can be used in different ways:

1. As a companion booklet to the website. The website has explanations of each Cancer Journey phase and a suggestion of which tools will help you depending on the issues you are facing. The website contains examples of tools and stories from cancer survivors and has tools we didn’t include in this workbook.

2. At the various stages of the Cancer Journey. Use the tools to help you cope, find hope and resilience on your journey. You can fill this in yourself, with your family or friends.

3. Together with a small group of people with cancer - for instance at a cancer support group - to go through the tools.

Visit www.thinkaboutyourlife.org