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Caregiver Support Group, Virginia Cancer Specialists

Virginia Cancer Specialists Practice Blog

October 04, 2021
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Join our oncology social workers for a supportive and informational meeting

When a loved one is living with cancer, the role of a caregiver can be both challenging and rewarding. Caregivers are invited to join us for online sessions on how to manage the emotional and physical demands of being a caregiver. We will provide practical information on ways to support loved ones while practicing self-care. Participants will be encouraged to share their experiences with one another to gain insight and support in the role of caregiver. Don’t miss our Caregiving Support Group

– Coming up on these dates:

  1. Wednesday, October 20, 3pm
  2. Wednesday, November 17, 3pm
  3. Wednesday, December 15, 3pm

 

RSVP: RSVP by the Monday prior to the meeting to: VCSSocialWork@usoncology.com