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A Series of Talks for Cancer Survivors & their Partners at Bloomhill

Join us for one or more...

Talk 1

'Understanding the Emotional Impact of a Cancer Experience'

Monday 23 May  @ 10.30am

Talk 2

'Re-adjusting to Life After Cancer Treatment' 

Friday 17 June @ 10.30am

Talk 3

'Brain Fog: What is it and What can I do about it?' 

Friday 8 July @ 10.30am

Talk 4 

'Navigating the Cancer Experience as a Partner'

Monday 25 July @  6.30pm

* Presentations include Q & A Time

* Tea, coffee & light refreshments provided

  • Brain Fog: What is it & What can I do about it?
    Fri, 08 July
    Bloomhill Cancer Care
    Mild to moderate cognitive impairment may affect up to 75% of cancer patients for some time following treatment. Difficulty remembering, paying attention & concentrating; and a reduced capacity to multi-task, organise and complete complex tasks can significantly impact your day-to-day lives.
  • Navigating the Cancer Experience as a Partner
    Mon, 25 July
    Bloomhill Cancer Care
    When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, partners and other family members often suffer as much or even greater distress than the person with the cancer. As a partner you also face the shock of the diagnosis, the concerns about surgery and other treatment, as well as fears.