Category Archives: Caregivers

What are you hoping for this holiday season?

By Bonney Elliott on December 13 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Families ]

As a cancer coach, I listen to the hopes and dreams of people living with cancer and their families. Hope means different things to different…

Let’s show we K2 Care!

By Catherine Boivin on October 5 / 2017

[ Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Events, Families, News, Uncategorized ]

Guests at the K2Care Campaign Launch listened intently as Mark Cooke told his story, explaining that a single doctor’s appointment in Ottawa could…

Putting our affairs in order: lessons learned

By Cancer Foundation on September 7 / 2017

[ Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Families, Uncategorized ]

As Cancer Coaches, what matters to YOU matters to us. And many of you have expressed that what matters to you is getting your affairs in…

Team Honour Ottawa Police Courage – Our Epic Walk Experience

By Cancer Foundation on May 18 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Clinical Trials, Events, Families, News, Research ]

By Sandra McLaren In 2016, a small group of colleagues got together, led by Director General Debra Frazer, to consider participating in…

How do you beat cancer when you aren’t the one who was diagnosed?

By Cancer Foundation on April 3 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Families ]

Caregivers are instrumental in the fight against cancer – they offer practical and emotional support to their loved one who is facing…

CHANGING THE WAY: THE CARE FOR OUR CAREGIVERS

By Linda Eagen on April 2 / 2017

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Families ]

Over the last 20 years, phenomenal medical advances in cancer prevention, screening, early diagnosis and multi-intervention treatment…

Cancer Survivors and the New Year

By Stephanie Woodard on December 21 / 2016

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Families ]

  Survivorship Care Program manager Stephanie Woodward has shared a message on welcoming the New Year with empowering change. As…

Grief and the Holidays

By Bonney Elliott on December 21 / 2016

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Families ]

The holidays can be a challenging time when you have lost someone close to you from cancer. There are so many reminders of their absence.…

How One Family Reached Out for Help to Face Cancer Together

By Cancer Foundation on December 6 / 2016

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Uncategorized ]

The Savoy family never expected a cancer diagnosis to become part of their lives, and to change everything so suddenly. But when Peter, a husband…

12 Things to Consider if your Colleague is Returning to Work after Cancer Treatment

By Cancer Foundation on November 8 / 2016

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers ]

Do you have a colleague returning to work after cancer treatment? Not sure what to say or do? Here are twelve things to consider: Returning…