Snap and Chat Visual Diaries Group is a four week, topic-specific group designed for people with cancer in their 20's and 30's to use photographs as means to connect.
The group will meet at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center in the Karrer Conference Room, from 5:30pm-7pm (a light dinner will be provided) on March 20th, 27th and April 3rd and 10th.
Registration is Required. Please contact Colleen at 402-354-5893 or or Holly at 402-717-4718. Size of the group is limited.
Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center is just south of the main hospital. Park in the parking lot next to (south of) the Estabrook Cancer Center and come to the main entrance of the building. The Karrer Conference Room is one floor down from the main entrance.
In inclement weather, if Omaha Public Schools/events are cancelled, there will be NO meeting.
Save the Date: April 13, 2019 | 8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
A Time to Heal’s fifth annual The Art of Living Beyond Cancer Conference will take place on Saturday, April 13 at the Scott Conference Center. The conference will feature Olympic gold medalist, author, humanitarian and cancer survivor Scott Hamilton as keynote discussing “Making Every Moment Count.” This event is for survivors, caregivers and health professionals and brings together the best information and resources for anyone whose life has been touched by cancer.
Words of Hope is going digital! We are excited to keep you informed of news, upcoming events and stories of inspiration through the Harper's Hope Cancer Survivorship Program at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center.
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The Flamingos for Hope will visit patients at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center on Monday, November 19th at 10 a.m.
Flamingos for Hope is a patient-led program developed by a cancer survivor who chose to “be a live-er” and to celebrate something every day.
Flamingos represent Friends Laughing, Achieving Miracles, Inspiring and Nurturing Gifts, Offering Smiles. The mission of Flamingos for Hope is to enrich the quality of life of those touched by cancer through inspiration, fun and laughter.