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Newcomer Welcome

Newcomer Welcome is a one-time orientation for all newcomers to attend, before participating in programming at Cancer Support Community. This 45-minute session introduces our programs and creates an Individual Wellness Plan to help you make the most of all Cancer Support Community has to offer. Registration is required. Please call 614-884-HOPE (4673) to register.

Lunchtime Learning

Monthly sessions are presented as part of this year-long series. Each workshop features a subject-matter expert who provides important, topical information to help during the cancer journey. The small group setting allows participants to share their own experiences, ask questions and interact with presenters to find helpful resources and valuable tips. To view upcoming Lunchtime Learning sessions click here.

2022 Lunchtime Learning Schedule

February 2: "Why Me and What Now?": Grief and Hope After a Cancer Diagnosis

March 2: 4 Buckets of Care the Medicare Provides

March 16: But I Don't Want to Quit! Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation

April 6: Charitable Givign Your Way: Strategies to Consider

May 4: Finances 

June 1: Your Pelvic Floor

Chats with Dr. Mora

These are presentations by Dr. Adam Mora, Jr., MD, FCCP, Chief of Critical Care Services at Mount Carmel Health System. This is an opportunity to meet and talk with our medical expert on important issues related to your medical care. Each session will provide an inside perspective.

Chats with Dr. Mora Schedule

May 9, 12 – 1 pm – Making the most of your doctor visits - Register here
June 13, 12 – 1 pm – Understanding the ICU - Register here


Both of these will take place at:

SourcePoint

800 Cheshire Road,

Delaware, 43015 or via Zoom

 

Cancer Risk in the African American Community

Presented by Karriejoi Coit, Health Equity Manager, Cancer Support Community Central Ohio. Karriejoi will discuss cancer risk factors, cultural competencies, and how health disparities in cancer care in the African American community are affecting overall health outcomes. This event is open to anyone impacted by cancer, whether personally or professionally.
Cancer Risk in the African American Community - Schedule

May 18, 1 – 3 pm.

This will take place at Unity Community Center, 50A Ross Street, Delaware, 43015 (this is in-person only).

Register here

 

Frankly Speaking About Cancer®

Frankly Speaking About Cancer® is Cancer Support Community’s landmark cancer education series, providing sound medical and psychological information for people with cancer and their loved ones through printed materials and in-person seminars.

The in-person cancer education workshops have long been a hallmark of Cancer Support Community’s dedication to empowering patients, caregivers and loved ones to gain knowledge as it relates to their own personal experience with cancer. Each workshop is led by a health care professional specializing in the cancer-related workshop topic being presented.

This unique format offers participants an opportunity to connect with others experiencing similar needs and concerns, as well as a health care professional, outside of the doctor’s office in a comfortable, safe and relaxed environment. You will have a chance to ask questions of medical professionals, patients, and other exports.

Natural Living Workshops

Lily Kunning of Haven Herbs present a year-long series of Natural Living workshops. Each month, we’ll explore the ways diet, exercise, and supplementation can benefit us. Presentations are held the second Monday of each month at 1 pm.

2022 Natural Living Schedule

January 10: Food as Medicine

February 14: DIY Skin Care

March 14: Detoxify Your Home and Life!

April 11: Growing Herbs for Wellness

May 9: Natural Sunscreen and Bug Spray: Why It's Important for Cancer Survivors

June 13: Gut Health is Whole Body Health

July 11: Natural Medicine Cabinet: Alternatives to Common Drugs and Body Care

August 8: Herbs for Cancer, Chemo, and Radiation Recovery

September 12: Immune Support Herbs and Tips

October 10: Herbal Foot Soaks

November 14: Essential Oil Safety 

On-Site Education and Resource Library

A variety of cancer-specific resources are available at no cost from the Diamond Hill Capital Management Education and Resource Library at our facility. More information about the library is available here.  Please visit us at our Old Henderson Road facility to browse and take home helpful materials. Click here for directions.

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