This free educational series is open to current cancer patients and survivors as well as their caregivers. Each month a different topic on how to live with and survive cancer will be discussed. Previous topics include the benefits of yoga, creating a wellness plan, life beyond cancer, stress management and wills and advance directives.
A licensed clinical social worker facilitates this group with help from a variety of guest speakers such as dietitians, physicians and pharmacists. A question-and-answer period is also included.
Lunch is provided and registration is preferred.
To register and to find out if this support group is right for you, please contact the program manager by providing your name and email address in the "Learn More" box above. Someone will contact you within two business days.
Parking is available in the visitor parking structure (No. 2). Participants will receive a validation sticker for free parking at the class.
Linda Hutkin-Slade, MSW, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker at Sharp Grossmont Hospital's Center for Cancer Treatment. She has an extensive background in programming for cancer patients and their loved ones.