To Life! offers educational programs on many topics and in many formats: from full day conferences and half-day forums to evening lectures, small workshops and wellness days. Each program is designed to bring treatment leaders in touch with survivors, caregivers, family members and friends. The wide range of topics are each presented from the perspective of cancer survivors and are relevant to those currently in treatment, post treatment, clinicians, caregivers, family, friends and loved ones.
This full day conference offers the latest information regarding treatment and trends in breast cancer and related health issues. To Life! offers continuing education credits for nursing professionals. Presenters and content are structured so as to be informative to an audience including: healthcare professionals, cancer survivors, caregivers and friends interested in hearing from expert professionals in the area of women’s health. (Event will take place in November in Latham, NY)
Just as the track season heats up, To Life! hosts a morning symposium featuring medical experts speaking on breast cancer and related health matters. Presenters include physicians, medical researchers, motivational speakers and cancer survivors. This event includes a light breakfast and refreshments.
We all strive to live our best life today. Challenges compound during and after treatment. Don’t go it alone - we are here to help. To Life! offers Weekend Wellness events – a small group workshop format in locations throughout the Greater Capital Region. Upcoming events will be posted to the To Life! calendar.
You’ve heard it said “Early detection saves lives”. Then you may ask “How?” or “What is my risk for developing breast cancer?”. To Life! offers a workshop curriculum that includes valuable information on breast cancer and women’s health – informative and fact based. Breast Health workshops clearly and persuasively explain how nutrition, biology and lifestyle can affect breast health and disease development. Topics include: risk factors for breast cancer, genetics, genetic testing and counseling, breast self-exam, screening, diet and exercise.
An essential element of good breast health includes vigilance; adherence to a screening regimen, regular ob/gyn check-ups and personal breast self-exam. To Life! staff and trained volunteers provide one on one and small group education.