Patient Support Group South Australia April 2018

This month our April guest speaker is  Rosemary Willoughby a counsellor who will be discussing wellbeing and survivorship. Time is 1pm – 3pm on Tuesday 17th April. The meeting will be held at the Tennyson Centre, Conference Meeting Room 1, 520 South Rd, Kurralta Park, 5037. Please RSVP to support@pancare.org.au or call 0434 313 593 […]

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February Victorian Patient Support Group

This month our February guest speaker is Sharee Johnson discussing wellbeing and survivorship. The February and March meetings will be held at the Uniting Church, 187 Burgundy St, Heidelberg. Time is 1 – 3pm. The meeting will be held on Friday the 16th of February, the March meeting will be on Friday the 16th of […]

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Olivia Newton John Cancer Centre Wellness Programs

The Olivia Newton John Cancer Centre offers many different wellness and support programs. Below is a link to the ONJ Wellness Programs page. It is constant with new calendars uploaded monthly as well as a way to subscribe to receive emails or mail calendars. www.onjcancercentre.org/wellnessprograms  

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SA November Patient Support Group

Our upcoming November Patient Support Group will be held on the Tuesday 21st in South Australia and we will have a dietitian presenting on best choices for those living with pancreatic cancer.

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VIC November Patient Support Group

Our November Patient Support Group will be held on November 17th at the Ivanhoe Uniting Church, 19 Seddon St, Ivanhoe VIC 3079 Our Guest Speaker will be Penny Smith, the Olivia Newton John Wellness Centre Manager.  

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South Australian Support Group Update

Our first information session for the new South Australian pancreatic cancer support group was held on July 25th 2017 and saw 15 people come together to share their experiences and tips on how to better manage a cancer diagnosis. Tuesday 19th September saw the second session welcome 12 attendees and a representative from the cancer council […]

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Animal Therapy

It is commonly known that animals have a soothing effect on people, but recent scientific studies have focused on identifying a link between animal interaction and improved human health.

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