After a cancer diagnosis and treatment, it takes time to adjust to a “new normal”. Getting Back on Track can assist you in:
- understanding what to expect after treatment and
- how to cope through this time.
The Getting Back on Track session is open to patients and caregivers. It is best to attend when your treatment is complete.
The experience of cancer has an impact on patients and caregivers. The Getting Back on Track session provides an opportunity to review the effects that cancer
has had on your life. It also helps you explore new ways of coping and adapting to life after treatment.
Getting Back on Track is offered at The ELLICSR: Health & Wellness & Cancer Survivorship Centre at Toronto General Hospital. This session involves one session
of education in a group setting and is facilitated by a social worker. The session is tailored towards the group and will vary depending on the needs of the individuals
and side effects they experience. The following is covered in the session:
- Coping with ongoing side effects
- Social relationships
- Emotional health and well-being
- Supports and coping strategies
- Connection to community supports
- Care after treatment
Getting Back on Track is open to all Princess Margaret patients and caregivers who are interested in learning more after cancer treatment.
Call the Survivorship Centre at 416-946-4501 ext. 2363 with any questions and to register.