Are you helping your family member or friend through cancer treatment?
This may mean helping with daily activities such as going to the doctor
or making meals. It could also mean coordinating services and care or
providing emotional and spiritual support.
If caring for a loved one leaves you
frustrated and sad (or angry?) at times, that's normal — but you don't have
to go it alone. Our Caregiver Luncheons provides valuable help and can
be a lifeline, providing a place to share feelings confidentially, make
new friends, get help navigating the health care system and learn from
others who have walked a similar path. Join us as we discuss common situations,
topics, and tips for cancer caregivers.