This group provides education and support to those who are caregivers. Please call Sue LeGree at 712-252-9370 for the next session.
A support program for children ages 5 to 13 whose parents or other close family members are diagnosed with cancer. Offered by specially trained healthcare professionals to answer difficult questions and enrich communication skills between the child and diagnosed parent. Kids Club is a one-night event held from 5:30-7pm with dinner provided. For more information and when the next Kids Club date is, please call Sue LeGree at 712-252-9370.
This group meets the first Monday of the month from 1:30-3:30 PM and helps women with all cancer types deal with the appearance side effects of cancer treatment. Additionally, share laughter, tears and words of encouragement with other women going through cancer. Contact Sue LeGree at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 712-252-9370 to register.
This provides support and specific education for the patients and caregivers. Call Sue LeGree at 712-252-9370 for upcoming sessions.
Visit with another cancer survivor who has a similar diagnosis. Call Sue LeGree at 712-252-9370 to discuss further.
TUESDAY, APRIL 14 – WHAT IS HOME CARE?
Some individuals and caregivers may need temporary or ongoing assistance in the home during the cancer journey. Each home care agency offers a unique set of services. Understanding the different types of in-home care will better prepare you to choose the best home care agency to fit your needs.
Please join us to learn about home care options in the Siouxland area. Representatives from local home health, private hire, palliative care, and hospice agencies will be present to share information about their services.