5th Annual Conference, November 14, 2015
Marriott Hotel, Quincy, Massachusetts
We would be delighted to have you join us for our 5th annual conference: The Art of Living – Life Beyond Cancer, designed to help survivors and their caregivers navigate the road to healing with a full day of professionally led workshops and skill building seminars that address such issues as:
- Managing the emotional impact of cancer
- Developing a fitness plan and mind-body skills to take an active role in maximizing your health
- Learning how couples can survive cancer together
- Giving voice to the caregiver’s journey
- The cost of cancer
It is our hope and expectation that attendees will leave this day feeling renewed, empowered, energized and — most importantly — equipped to live life beyond cancer.
$30.00 Registration Fee
If registering more than 1 attendee, please add each separately to your cart and fill out the workshop preferences before check out.
For more information, call 781.878.8639 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Parking at the hotel is complimentary.
Please lend your support! Gifts to the Friends of Mel, a 501(c)(3) public charity, are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. (Friends of Mel Tax ID: 45-0541216)
Matthew J. Loscalzo, LCSW – City of Hope
Executive Director, Supportive Care Medicine
Liliane Elkins Professor in Supportive Care Programs,
Professor, Population Sciences
Trauma to Treasure: Finding Strength Through Life Challenging Experiences
Cancer presents a profound challenge to living a “normal” life but also provides survivors an opportunity to create a path for living that is consciously chosen. This presentation will focus on the inherent strengths of individuals to build a future based on lessons learned from their cancer experience.
Susan Leigh, BSN, RN
Cancer Survivorship Consultant
Founding Member, National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
Roadmaps & Safety Nets: Planning for Life With, Through & Beyond Cancer
After a cancer diagnosis, individuals and loved ones begin a journey of survival through “seasons” or stages that require different choices, decisions and resources. A shift from passive patient to proactive survivor helps to foster a sense of hopefulness and cautious optimism when planning for life with, through and beyond cancer.
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Comments from Conference:
- “The conference was wonderful! The only issue I had was that there were so many great sessions. I couldn’t decide which one to attend!”
- “the conference exceeded my expectations. It was a turning point in my recovering. Thank you so much! It was so well organized, welcoming, useful and not sentimental. I felt empowered.”
- I enjoy learning from other cancer patients and being encouraged. Getting some great info from experts knowing I am not alone in my struggles. I hope I encouraged others…as well.”
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