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Health and Wellbeing Event – Living With and Beyond Cancer

21 November at 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Cancer survivors and those living with the disease are being invited to attend a Health and Wellbeing Event organised by NHS Forth Valley and Macmillan Cancer Support.

The event– which will be held on Thursday 21st November 2019 between 10:15am and 3.00pm at Falkirk Golf Club – is open to people across Forth Valley who have finished treatment, or are being monitored.

Partners, a family member and / or a close friend are also welcome to attend the event, which will provide lunch and refreshments during talks on relevant issues from healthcare professionals, and stalls where you can find out about other sources of support.

Topics covered will include Psychological Wellbeing, Managing Tiredness, Healthy lifestyle and Getting the Most Out of Your Appointments. A Q&A session will also be held at the end.

Dr Susie Porteous, Macmillan Consultant Clinical Psychologist for NHS Forth Valley, said: “We know from patients that cancer poses many challenges. When someone has been diagnosed with cancer they have to adjust to many changes and this means that patients and those close to them often experience strong emotions and worries. When treatment finishes and the practicalities of treatment are over, people can be surprised if they don’t feel ‘back to normal.’

“Similarly, people who are living with active cancer may be coping with physical problems and overwhelming emotions. The aim of the session is to help people living with and beyond cancer to make sense of their experience and to let them know about resources which are available to help them to manage any ongoing concerns.”

Anyone intestested in attending the session should call the One to One Team at Airth Health Centre on 01324 832921 or by email on
fv-uhb.maconesupport@nhs.net

Details

Date:
21 November
Time:
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Falkirk Golf Club
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