Starting Thursday, January 3, 4:30–5:30pm
Facilitated by Kelley Navar, LCPC, LivingWell
The Club Courageous program curriculum includes
supportive and fun activities to help
children learn valuable communication
tools and coping skills. The program
helps children process and express the
many emotions that often accompany
a cancer diagnosis, including fear,
sadness and grief. Open to children between the ages
of 10 and 15 who are receiving cancer treatment, are
cancer survivors, have a parent currently in cancer
treatment or have recently experienced the loss of a
family member to cancer.
Club Brave-heART (Ages 3 to 6)
Starting Thursday, May 2 – May 30, 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Facilitated by Cheri Hunt, art instructor, LivingWell
Club Brave-heART supports children
who are receiving cancer treatment,
are cancer survivors, have a parent
currently in cancer treatment or
have recently experienced the loss
of a family member to cancer. This
program provides a safe and fun environment where
children can express themselves through a variety of
art projects, and spend time with other children who
are experiencing similar situations. Open to pottytrained
children, ages 3 to 6.
Thursday, April 18, 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Presented by Susie White, MD, Palliative Medicine, Northwestern Medicine and JoAnna Skiadopoulos, Outreach Director, ZenLeaf
Learn more about medical marijuana. Topics will include safety, different types and forms, side effects and the specific instances where it has been shown to be beneficial. Also, the process on how to obtain the drug. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation.This presentation will be recorded for educational, marketing, and social media purposes.
Please call 630.262.1111 to register. TTY for the hearing impaired 630.933.4833. LivingWell Cancer Resource Center is located at 442 Williamsburg Avenue, Geneva, IL. Web: livingwellcrc.org. All programs and services are provided at no cost to cancer patients and their families. All programs and services are evidence based and medically mainstream.More Information
First and Third Thursday of each month, 6:30–7:30pm
Spend the evening sharing music that is meaningful to you with other musicians. Please bring sheet music
to share. This collaborative group will not include a performance. Acoustic instruments are encouraged. No
percussion instruments or amplifiers, please.
Navigating life after loss is challenging, and havingthe support of others who understand can help. This
group provides emotional support and connection for
individuals who have experienced the loss of an adult
loved one to cancer within the past 12 months.