Partners in Survivorship: Living Well After Cancer
A Six Week Educational Course for Cancer Survivors
provided by the Great Falls Clinic Cancer Center
Many cancer survivors describe the time after treatment as one of the most emotional and difficult periods of their lives, and that managing their feelings can be just as difficult as dealing with their medical issues. You may be surprised to find that you continue to have changes in your emotions or moods as well, even after your treatment has ended.
The Great Falls Clinic Cancer Center’s “Partners in Survivorship: Living Well After Cancer” free educational course is designed to help you understand these emotions and why they surface, and help you manage them so you can feel confident about survivorship.
This free course also brings together medical and nutrition specialists to address other topics of greatest interest to cancer survivors, including:
- The Emotional Experience and Stress Management
- Medical Follow-up and Long-Term Effects After Cancer Treatment
- Finding Purpose and Meaning
- Communication and Intimacy
- Physical Activity
The course is held at the Great Falls Clinic Specialty Center conference room, located at the north end of the building at 3000 15th Avenue South in Great Falls.
Classes will also be available online in a “live” virtual classroom during the meeting time.
Classes meet every Tuesday night from 5:30-6:30 pm for a period of six weeks per course.
The current course begins Tuesday, April 11th, at 5:30 pm, and is held every Tuesday evening through May 16th.
(April 11, 18, 25 and May 2, 9, 16)