The Art of Living with Cancer Conference @ Thompson Center at UNO, Omaha [7 April]

The Art of Living with Cancer Conference

08:00 - 13:00

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Thompson Center at UNO
6705 Dodge St, Omaha, Nebraska 68182
Come prepared for a morning filled with hope, help, and how-to’s as A Time to Heal brings together information and resources for anyone whose life has been touched by cancer. This years keynote speaker is Heather Palmer, PhD, presenting: Goodbye Brain Fog: Strategies to Get Thinking Back on Track. Dr Palmer has over 25 years of scientific and clinical experience in the area of brain-behavior relationships. She speaks internationally on the topic of neurocognitive rehabilitation for seniors and cancer survivors. She designs and teaches strategies to help people function at their best!

There are 11 breakout sessions with a wide range of topics related to health, healing, and survivorship. Arrive early and visit the Vendor Resource Room with over 20 vendors! Registration begins at 7:00 am. Breakfast will be served.

If you are seeking CE credit, 3.25 contact/clock hours are available for nurses, social workers, and mental health professionals.

Prices are: early-bird (Feb 1-March 15) general public $35 — after March 15th price is $45. Professionals seeking CE’s $50.

The event is located at The Thompson Center, 6705 Dodge Street on the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus. Sign up now because space is limited and early-bird pricing ends March 15th!
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