If you or a loved one have been touched by cancer, InspireHealth invites you join their medical doctors and nutrition team for a free one-day workshop on supportive cancer care at the Gibsons Public Library.
On Thursday, Sept. 27, 10:30am–3:30pm, this practical and evidence-based session will cover topics including nutrition, exercise, stress management, healthy sleep practices, health communication and emotional support. Participants will learn empowering information and tools to take charge of their health and well-being. Open to all adults (16 years +) with a current or past cancer diagnosis and their supports. Admission is free, though people do need to register by phone at 604-734-7125 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org as space is limited.
InspireHealth is a supportive cancer-care non-profit organization, founded by two medical doctors in 1997. They support Canadians nationwide by providing virtual one-on-one consultations and live webinars and are funded in part by the BC Ministry of Health. InspireHealth works collaboratively with the BC Cancer Agency to provide a coordinated approach to care, and services are provided at no cost to patients. Last year they supported 3,500 patients (not including family members), and provided 18,000 clinical visits, 200 programs and 2000 classes.