Wellness and Life After Bowel Cancer Program - Wantirna
19 March 2018
Eastern Access Community Health, 93 Boronia Road, Wantirna
Wellness and Life After Cancer Program - Maryborough
21 March 2018
Maryborough District Health, Clarendon Street, Maryborough
Wellness and Life After Cancer Program - Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre (Peter Mac)
23 March 2018
Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC), Level 7, 305 Grattan Street, Melbourne
Living with Cancer Education Program - Peninsula Health (Frankston)
27 March 2018
Frankston Hospital, Hastings Road, Frankston
Take part in an education session designed for parents who have been diagnosed with cancer
Cancer in a parent with young children is stressful for the entire family. Many parents worry about the impact of their illness on their children and say they would like help to talk to their children about their cancer. Currently, there are no accessible programs for parents with cancer who would like parenting assistance.
The Royal Women’s Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and The Royal Melbourne Hospital have developed a new resource to support adults who are receiving cancer treatment with a view to longer term survival while also parenting young children.
They are now ready to trial this new program to find out if parents think it is helpful. Participation is completed from home and does not require any hospital visits.
If you are interested in participating or would like more information, please contact Michelle Sinclair on: email@example.com or 8345 3908.
National Advance Care Planning Week
16 – 22 April 2018
If you were unable to speak for yourself, who would you want to speak for you? More importantly, what health care decisions would you want them to make? Between 16-22 April this year, we are encouraging all Australians to discuss their future health care preferences with their loved ones.
Advance Care Planning are inviting health care organisations and community groups to host an event to help raise awareness. It can be a simple morning tea or a more formal seminar.
Advance Care Planning have some event tips available, relevant forms for your state/territory and downloadable event promotional resources, available on their website to help you plan your event.
Round Three of the Venture Grants Research Program at the Isabella Fraser room at the State Library Victoria.
Thursday 17 December 2020
In the lead up to holiday season, we’re encouraging Aussies to avoid using aerosol sunscreens following new evidence that it’s extremely difficult to get good levels of UV protection from these products.
Having a catch up with loved ones over tea and cake feels even more special after the events of this year. And now, you can share a morning tea with friends and family while helping people facing cancer.
As Victoria’s restrictions ease and many of us look forward to a break and time with loved ones over the festive season, for people affected by cancer this can be a particularly difficult time of year.
Gay knows all too well what it means to be a cancer carer, having cared for two partners through their diagnoses. And while being a cancer carer is never easy, for Gay it came with an extra burden: her own cancer diagnosis.
With summer arriving and new data showing Aussies are still tanning, SunSmart is again reminding Victorians there’s no such thing as a safe tan.