Getting diagnosed with cancer is an experience that leads to many questions and emotions. A support group can help you find the answers you’re looking for and connect you with people who understand what you’re going through. Research also shows that participating in a professionally led support group decreases distress, improves quality of life, and may increase your potential of long-term survival.

OhioHealth Cancer Care’s free, six-week virtual support group series for newly diagnosed patients and their families explores a variety of topics, including:

  • First Steps After You’re Diagnosed: Learning a New Language – Wednesday, April 14, 6PM
  • Resources to Partner with Your Healthcare Team – Wednesday, April 21, 6PM
  • Communicating with Your Family Through Cancer – Wednesday, April 28, 6PM
  • Coping with Side Effects – Wednesday, May 5, 6PM
  • Proper Nutrition and Staying Active – Wednesday, May 12, 6PM
  • Managing the Emotions of Cancer– Wednesday, May 19, 6PM

You are welcome to join the group at any point in the series or join missed sessions during the next series

NEXT SESSION DATES

  • First Steps After You’re Diagnosed: Learning a New Language – Wednesday, June 2, 6PM
  • Resources to Partner with Your Healthcare Team – Wednesday, June 9, 6PM
  • Communicating with Your Family Through Cancer – Wednesday, June 16, 6PM
  • Coping with Side Effects – Wednesday, June 23, 6PM
  • Proper Nutrition and Staying Active – Wednesday, June 30 12, 6PM
  • Managing the Emotions of Cancer– Wednesday, July 7, 6PM

Register now! 

This series is free but you must register to get a secure Zoom link for each virtual event

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