On Saturday 22nd of October the Irish Cancer Society is hosting it’s 23rd annual conference for cancer survivorship.
The conference is directed to everyone, whether you are a person who has been diagnosed with cancer, a carer, a family member or friend of a diagnosed person.
This year we will hear from many speakers, including:
- Prof. Suzanne Chambers, on what it means to be a cancer survivor.
- Ms Owen Fitzpatrick, on the learning keys for a high performing mind-set.
- Dr Kevin Stein, on the future for cancer survivorship.
- Mr Jack Kavanagh, on his journey to overcoming personal adversity.
There will be practical sessions with art, writing, music, sleep, exercise, nutrition and much, much more.
Some of the workshops:
- What Does it Mean to be a Survivor
- Practical Exercise for Cancer Survivors
- Nutrition During Cancer Treatment: Coping with Unplanned Weight Loss & Treatment Side Effects
- Sleep Solutions for Cancer Survivors
- Current Medical Treatments for Secondary Cancer
- Dance Movement Therapy: moving towards a stronger body and mind
- Writing from Stillness
Please click here and download the programme. Some sessions have limited numbers and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. This years’ conference is a one day event from 10.00am to 4.45pm on Saturday 22nd October. Attendance is free of charge and you can book on line through www.cancer.ie/living-well.