Supporting Your Whole Self

Repeats every week every Monday 3 times.

Join us for a three-week series that will address the importance of well-being and participation in life through engagement in occupation, also referred to meaningful activities (American Occupational Therapy Association, 2014.)  This lecture series will address cancer-related fatigue and instrumental activities of daily living (which may inclcude but not limited to meal preparation, home maintenance, communication management.)  After the lecture series, you will gain practical information including better sleep strategies, cognitive strategies to address chemotherapy brain, possible environmental or task modifications to help with participation in desired activities, such as incorporating an exercise routine, resources on cancer-related fatigue and ways to continue to stay connected, especially during this season using technology.  There are a limited number of spots so please be sure to RSVP.  Attendance to all three sessions is encouraged, but not mandatory.

Presented by:  Mia S. Clair, Doctor of Occupational Therapy Candidate, Student Occupational Therapy Association Vice-President | Midwestern University - Downers Grove

Please RSVP here. Login information for virtual programming will be emailed the day prior to the program, or one hour before the program start time, depending upon when we receive your reservation.  Please note registration closes one hour prior to the program start time.

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