Living Well After Cancer program

Finished cancer treatment and ready to move on?

You may find that you see the world differently after cancer. Perhaps you feel that others don’t understand your experience and expect you to “get back to normal”.

Cancer and its treatment can bring a host of practical challenges, from changes in appearance and body function to managing the emotional and social impacts.

Living Well After Cancer program is a free face to face program held throughout the state, and is run by Cancer Council NSW with trained facilitators who have experienced cancer firsthand.

This 3 hour program includes practical information and open discussion for people who are cancer survivors, carers, family, friends and work colleagues. As a participant, you will learn about the possible changes, challenges and opportunities you may face after completing cancer treatment.

You will also have the opportunity to connect with others on a similar journey, and share tips, ideas and activities to help you live your life well.

Upcoming program locations for 2016

 Some dates to be confirmed

St Leonards Saturday 5 November 2016 10am-1pm
Canberra Saturday 12 November 2016 10am-1pm
Albury Saturday 19 November 2016 10am-1pm
Griffith Saturday 26 November 2016 10am-1pm
Castle Hill Saturday 26 November 2016 10am-1pm
Armidale Saturday 3 December 2016 10am-1pm
Port Stephens Saturday  TBA 2017 10am-1pm
Port Macquarie Saturday TBA 2017 10am-1pm
Coffs Harbour Saturday TBA 2017 10am-1pm
Tamworth Saturday TBA April 2017 10am-1pm
 Canberra  Saturday TBA April 2017 10am-1pm

Please provide your contact details and we will get in touch or

call us at  1300 200 558 or 

email livingwellaftercancer@nswcc.org.au or

call Information & Support on 13 11 20

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