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Category: Self-Care

Indigenous Cancer Sharing Circle

The Indigenous Cancer Sharing Circle is a monthly gathering for Indigenous adults living with cancer and caregivers.
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Time with Cindy

Time with Cindy is a monthly session where participants gather to reflect on their experiences and share ways to transcend the inevitable times of loss and suffering.
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Supportive Conversations

Supportive Conversations is an informal gathering over tea and snacks open to any participants who wish to connect with other individuals on a wellness journey.
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Men’s Group

Men living with cancer are invited to participate in a non-judgmental, pressure-free group where they find there is strength and comfort in listening and sharing with peers. Join a safe and supportive space for sharing stories, challenges, and dreams, along with a few laughs.
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Living Well with Cancer

For all members living with cancer. Especially helpful for those undergoing treatment, recently finished treatment and those who struggle with the anxiety of co-existing with uncertainty.
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Food and Nutrition

This program, taught by a registered dietitian, offers a wide range of information and advice about food and eating, with an emphasis on providing essential tools to optimize health and promote longevity
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Transition Support Coach

For individuals living with cancer and their caregivers who are experiencing grief, loss and/or bereavement.
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Peer Support

Sometimes all you need is someone to talk to. Someone who has been there… someone who knows. Wellspring Calgary offers one-on-one peer support and program navigation for people diagnosed with cancer and their significant caregivers.
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Caregiver Support: Finding Sanctuary

Finding Sanctuary offers a safe space for caregivers to gather and share the highs and lows of the caregiving experience. With skilled guidance, individuals are encouraged to develop strategies for staying balanced and meeting their own needs as well as those they are caring for.
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