What You Can Do About Brain Fog

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Many people with cancer experience changes in their memory and attention during and after cancer treatment. This class will help you understand why “brain fog” happens and tell you what to expect after your treatment. You will also learn some tips for dealing with brain fog in your daily life.

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Location:

ELLICSR (Toronto General Hospital, Basement, Room B PMB 130)

Registration:

Registration required. Call 416 581 8620 or email *.
* Email is not a secure method of communication. Please do not send any personal health information over email.

Schedule:

Classes are held once a month.

Interpretation Available:

If you prefer to communicate in a language other than English, interpretation services can be arranged at no cost to you. Interpreters must be booked 5 days in advance. Please call 416 581 8604 to book an interpreter.