Fremont Area Medical Center and the American Cancer Society are pleased to offer I Can Cope®, a free series of educational programs for adults facing cancer, either personally or as a friend or family caregiver.
I Can Cope provides information about cancer diagnosis and treatment and offers practical help in coping with some of the emotional issues resulting from a cancer diagnosis.
The next program is scheduled for Tuesday, August 14th from 5:15-6:30 p.m. on the third floor of FAMC’s Health Park Plaza, located at 450 East 23rd Street.
This program, presented by Mike Sindelar, vice president and chief financial officer at FAMC, will discuss financial concerns that typically arise during or after a person’s diagnosis and treatment and resources for financial assistance, regardless of health insurance status.
Each I Can Cope class is a stand-alone support program, so you may attend as many or as few as you like. There is no charge for attending an I Can Cope program and a light meal will be provided.
Call (402) 727-3384 to register or for more information.